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“It changed my life. After 60 years of being afraid of God, I was finally introduced to the true God of infinite love, who is bound neither by time nor death; the Savior of the whole world.”
Dr. Terry Schwartz Prof., Wheaton College

“Have you been tormented by the thought of dying? Do you know the anguish of thinking that you or a loved one might suffer in hell forever? You are not alone. As I read Hope Beyond Hell, I cried for joy. It assures us of a Love that never gives up on us no matter how miserably we fail.”
Charles Slagle –Evangelist

“Gerry Beauchemin backs up his hope, not with fancy theories, but by numerous Scriptures and quotes from Bible scholars. Everyone needs to read and study this book.”
Richard W. Rundell, Ph.D.

“One of the best books ever written showing from Scripture that God’s judgments are remedial, corrective, and temporary.”
Dr. Stephen Jones, M.Div., D.D., Author, speaker

"With great spiritual discernment and a heart attuned to the transforming love of God, Gerry Beauchemin has written a book that will, if you permit it, inspire love, peace, joy, and hope – all the fruit of the Spirit – in your own heart."
Thomas Talbott, Professor Emeritus, Willamette University, OR

"I first learned, espoused, and taught the truths presented in this book over 40 years ago. Hope Beyond Hell encapsulates them better than any I have read."
Bill Boylan, Ph.D., Author, Speaker, SD

"Excellent book. Many who attend the churches of our day would do well to read Hope Beyond Hell and to study and think for themselves.”
Bob Evely, M.Div., Asbury Theological Seminary, KY

"Hope Beyond Hell answers the questions we have been afraid to ask about God’s unfailing love and inexhaustible patience."
Pastor Ivan A. Rogers, Former Bible College President

"As an instructor in Church History, Hope Beyond Hell is one of the most balanced studies available on the remedial judgments of God and the great truth of the restoration of all things in Christ. The author has done it in a logical, common sense way the average layman can understand. This is a book about the love of God."
Rev. Terry Miller, M. Phil, Former Pres., Bethesda Mennonite Inst. of the Bible, Former member of the House of Rep, SD

"A bold, impassioned plea for Christians of every stripe to consider the grand proposition that God’s goodness, grace and love reaches farther than most of us have ever dared to imagine. Gerry‘s comprehensive research of the biblical record and extra-biblical sources is powerfully, even overwhelmingly compelling. All who read this book with a spiritual mind and listen with spiritual ears will receive a deepened revelation of Christ in God."
Dr. Bruce A. Gerlach, Prof, College of the Ozarks, MO

"A must-read for those who have lost their way because they could not reconcile a Bible declaring God is Love, while simultaneously teaching that the fate of the sinner is eternal damnation. Layer by layer, concept by concept, this book will loose the bonds of insanity that has plagued the Church for centuries."
Grady Brown, M.Th, D.Litt.
Director and founder of Dayspring Bible Ministries, TX

"One of the most concise books covering the subject of the righteous purpose of God’s judgment. The reader will see that God will not rest until He will become All in all (1Cor 15:28).”
Dr. Marian Paul Kampik, Silesian University, Poland

"An excellent and well researched book."
Rev. Rod Walton CJ: Anglican Independent Communion,Founder of Bereavement Rescue, UK

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