Hellbound for Nashville?! 4

Hellbound for Nashville
By Gary Amirault

The center for Gospel Music (Nashville) is going to be invaded with a new movie today entitled Hellbound by Keven Miller. This documentary on the subject of Hell, fact or fiction is scheduled to visit major city movie theaters in the coming months. It will come out in DVD form in 2013.

The trailer states: Does hell exist? If so, who ends up there, and why? Featuring an eclectic group of authors, theologians, pastors, social commentators and musicians, “Hellbound?” is a provocative, feature-length documentary that will ensure you never look at hell the same way again! Movie info is located at:


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4 thoughts on “Hellbound for Nashville?!

  • Gary Amirault Post author

    Yes, we have all done our foolish things in our quest for truth. It would be nice if we could go to all those ministries of the past and say, “I want my money back.” haha

  • Amy

    The minute I saw Bob Larson’s name on the roll blog….I rolled my eyes
    And to think I used to send that guy money, when I was young and foolish!!!!
    But then I have to thank God for allowing me the journey to grow!!!!
    That my friend, is a journey to reconciliation of all, not the journey to hell!

  • Gary Amirault Post author

    Mark Driscoll is a master of word manipulation. He would make a real good marketer for Wall Street and Madison Ave. And I think the devil is mighty proud that he has such a fine specimen promoting how much of a failure Jesus is according to traditional Christianity.

  • SoM

    I saw the trailer Gary, and when Mark Driscoll said “anyone who questions if hell is real is a coward”, you see the snares set by such men to keep their followers entrenched with fear.