Did Jesus really go to hell? If so what happened? What if we have become the very thing that, only 2000 years ago, Christ warned us not to become? What if our churches have been completely fooled? What if there was once a serpent in the Garden of Eden who is very much still alive and active in making these things come to pass? Easter Dinner with the Devil is a powerful story based on the belief that Jesus visited Hell for three days after His crucifixion during which all the above questions are answered. On the first day, sharp, captivating dialogue occurs between Satan and Jesus, showing Satan s intent toward undoing all that has been done in the name of Christ. On the second day, Jesus embarks on a journey through Hell s darkest secrets, speaking and ministering to the many individuals encountered along the way while taking an account of His ominous surroundings. And on the third day... a powerful proclamation by Christ is given to his enemies with an ending that will resound forever in eternity. Just as Martin Luther once hammered his 95 theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg enumerating the flaws of the church of the 1500 s, Easter Dinner with the Devil challenges modern day churches, pastors, and Christians to re-evaluate exactly what we believe and are teaching others. Prepare to be challenged, entertained and, above all, changed.
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Matthew Porricelli is a writer and author with a gift for grasping the big picture . Having over sixteen years of religious training, he is emphatically outspoken about his beliefs and convictions pertaining to the modern-day church and Christianity. Currently, Matt is working full-time on a Doctoral degree through Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. A proud husband to beautiful wife Deanna and Father of two sons, Christian and Jude, Matt resides in Lakeland, FL where he continues to write.
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Book Description Small Dogma Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1604614838