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    The Evangelist in Hell (PDF) 1st Impressions The title is a grabbergot my attentionand the premise was interesting to boot so even though I was a little apprehensive with one particular element of the plot I decided to give it a try Glad I gave it a chanceA Tale of Two Brothers Here we have a modern day take on the Cain and Abel story with

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    The Evangelist in Hell (PDF) Jimmy Leonard ¸ 9 Free download Free download The Evangelist in Hell Don't be thrown by the 3 stars I give everything 3 stars This is a solid piece of fiction in the mode of C S Lewis' The Great Divorce Not sure what it means that Leonard's concept of hell is so capitalistic except that maybe every culture has a different view of suffering Good insights here into the meaning of

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    The Evangelist in Hell (PDF) Jimmy Leonard ¸ 9 Free download characters è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Jimmy Leonard The Evangelist in Hell by Jimmy Leonard offers all the hope of an eternity of peace wrapped up in a fictional account of brotherly love and a search for true understanding Leonard's tale promises to linger long after the last page is turned

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Read & Download The Evangelist in Hell ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub characters è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Jimmy Leonard Jimmy Leonard ¸ 9 Free download THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME BEGINS WITH THEIR DEATHS Joe Platt has always walked the straight and narrow while his brother David has bounced around from prison to rehab After their sudden and untimely deaths Joe finds himself in Heaven only to learn that David has gone the other direction Feeling responsible and desperate to reconcile t. 1st Impressions The title is a grabbergot my attentionand the premise was interesting to boot so even though I was a little apprehensive with one particular element of the plot I decided to give it a try Glad I gave it a chanceA Tale of Two Brothers Here we have a modern day take on the Cain and Abel story without all the malicious hate and jealous murder of the original brothers One brother can do no rightand the other can do no wrong Both are the product of a broken home raised they their grandparents David is a troubled child who grows into a delinuent druggiedrinker and screw up who constantly needs rescuing Meanwhile Joe tows the line does well in school and is saved at an early age He grows up to be a productive member of society lives his faith is active in church and compassion towards his brother David is out of his most recent stint in rehab and appears to be trying to do betterbut old habits die hard so he ends up needing a ride home in the snow Unfortunately both he and Joe die in a weather related traffic accident In the afterlife Joe is rewarded with an eternity in heaven while David is sentenced to infinity in hell And thus the story begins Hell and Brimtown Most of the action takes place in a section of hell called Brimtown The author s vision of it is an interesting trek through a desolate world The canvas he paints reminded me of the desert wasteland in every post apocalyptic movie I ve ever seen The Book of Eli Mad Max Waterworldonly depressing because the souls in hell don t seem to know that they re damned It s odd but that is the sense I got from the author s depiction of the people and their actions They all appear to function in some collective bubble of denialso lost in lies deceit misery and earthly things that they fail to even comprehend their fate They all still have jobscarshomesweapons if you can believe that A testament to how completely deluded they are If you re deadwhy on earth would you need a job A weapon You can only die once There s also churches there with preachers that promise pardons for those willing to pay for themeh huh Another thing Brimtown lacks any overt displays of torture or suffering It s like a subtle death of humanity accompanied by the gradual snuffing out of hopethat makes the place so gray and bleak There is also the sense that its every man for himselfthe people tend to collect together in cities but they don t really form relationshipsno one seems emotionally attached at all Like I said its odd but described in a casual matter of fact way that is believable Higher Love Don t expect hearts and flowers While there was much love spoken of and much love shown this is not your traditional romance In fact romantic love is never even mentioned The book deals with familial and spiritualagape love And I don t think it suffered at all for the lack This is a major endorsementas I rarely read and even less freuently enjoy any book that lacks a romantic element to the main plot or subplot Instead the author weaves some poignant messages into the storyaimed at both believers and unbelievers Ex The concept of sin and shame and the degree to which many of the denizens of hell felt they were unworthy of salvationloveforgiveness Conversely for Joe the only believer that we really get to know there was the concept of guilt for going to heaven while others particularly his brother rot in hell and regret at not having tried harder to save his brotherand to witness in general Guiltregret is actually the main motivating factor for Joe s pilgrimage to hell to save David Minor Beefs There s some information dumping on the front end as the author is clearly trying to get all the backstory in It slows down the action a little However I will say this the author makes a genuine effort to weave in the pertinent backstory with the present action And the background on Joe and David was interesting enough so that the info dump isn t too tedious Outside of this the story is actually very well writtenthe characters fleshed out interesting and likable For once my beef really has nothing to do with the uality of the writing the story or the characters It s of a philosophical beef As a Christian woman myself actively trying to lead a Christ like lifestyle I really love to see authors writing Christian fiction But what I take issue with is including elements which are contradictory to the Christian belief system the bible or biblical truths in a book that is labeled as Christian fiction That being saidThe Christian in me scoffed at the posthumous attempt at redemption A Christian fiction novel which appears to violate one of the chief tenets of Christianity both bothered and intrigued me I wanted to see how the author would go with it It s odd to me that a long time Christian like Joe active in the faith would have the belief that his brother is a good person and therefore doesn t deserve to go to hell or somehow gets a pass because he s misunderstoodand just needs one last chance And if this is truly how Joe feltfeels why is there no witnessingsoul saving attempts while both of them were still alive In his last few hours before the accident Joe expresses a lot of thingsmemories feelings resentmentsbut he never seems that worried about David s immortal soul It s almost like he just assumes his brother is heaven bound automatically This attitude annoyed me for some reason Smacks of some assumption of privilege Why is his brother inherently good He s a juvenile delinuenta substance abuser and a lay about ne er do well who shows no faith of any kindso why would Joe presume him to be heaven bound I don t mean to say that David is a bad seed He is no worse than any other unbeliever but he s no better either I will concede that through the development and growth of Joe s character we learn that a larger part of his motivation also lay with personal guilty for not having witnessed to David and been concerned about his well being And there are some other events too which alleviate this issue somewhat I don t want to spoil And of course one can also argue that the book itself is Christian Fiction so a certain amount of poetic license is expected and acceptable Cool Points The story is not predictable Though the book is written in third person through the eyes of the main character Joe it has the feel of a first person narrative but thankful avoids the annoying pitfalls of 1st person The reader finds out everything at the same moment as Joe He alone is our eyes and ears There s even a mild bit of humor which keeps things from becoming too deep and depressing Also I liked that the author included a familiar biblical character as Joe s traveling partnermakes things interesting CliffNotes Naw there s a pretty straight forward tie up in this one While there was a tiny little cheat at the end which I would have liked to see I can understand and even agree with why the author chose to just close the curtain when he did The Final Word Good read I enjoyed this book very much

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Read & Download The Evangelist in Hell ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub characters è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Jimmy Leonard Jimmy Leonard ¸ 9 Free download Ust make unlikely allies and overcome treacherous demons in order to save his brother before all hope is lost Balancing fast paced action and challenging uandaries The Evangelist in Hell is an unforgettable journey fraught with danger and powered by faith fearlessly grappling with the true conseuence of freedom and the high cost of love. Don t be thrown by the 3 stars I give everything 3 stars This is a solid piece of fiction in the mode of C S Lewis The Great Divorce Not sure what it means that Leonard s concept of hell is so capitalistic except that maybe every culture has a different view of suffering Good insights here into the meaning of redemption All in all a great first effort Keep writing

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Read & Download The Evangelist in Hell ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub characters è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Jimmy Leonard Jimmy Leonard ¸ 9 Free download Heir estranged relationship Joe receives the Lord’s special permission to give David one last chance at eternal life To do so Joe must descend into the land of fire and brimstone taking St Peter as his companion and spiritual guide Encountering a host of characters along the way including a corrupt preacher and a band of thieves Joe m. An oddly satisfying and exciting journey The Evangelist in Hell by Jimmy Leonard gives a curious insight into what Heaven and Hell may be likeThe Good Interesting characters I enjoyed the interactions and backstory between Joe Platt and his brother David Good character development Leonard did a great job helping us understand Joe Platt Great writing Suspenseful and good imagination Joe found the Drive across the desert to be uite nerve racking and strangely enough it had nothing to do with Nora Barnes s daredevil maneuvering His thoughts held him captive as the truck hurtled toward its destination desperate to arrive before nightfall For better or worse they were involved in the place of Hell now and were no longer just outsiders looking in I ll be honest I found Jimmy Leonard s Hell to be fascinatingThe Bad A couple issues I had with The Evangelist in Hell is the perception of demons being in charge of Hell There is no Biblical evidence to conclude so in fact in Luke 124 7 it states I tell you my friends do not fear those who kill the body and after that have nothing that they can do But I will warn you whom to fear fear him who after he has killed has authority to cast into hell Yes I tell you fear him Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies And not one of them is forgotten before God Why even the hairs of your head are all numbered Fear not you are of value than many sparrowsIn Revelation 118 Jesus says When I saw him I fell at his feet as though dead But he laid his right hand on me saying Fear not I am the first and the last and the living one I died and behold I am alive forever and I have the keys of Death and HadesSo what happens to demons in Hell And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and the false prophet are and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever Revelation 2010 Hell is not a state of mind but a real place Jesus himself said in Matthew 1340 42 Just as the weeds are gathered and burned with fire so will it be at the end of the age The Son of Man will send his angels and they will gather out of his kingdom all causes of sin and all law breakers and throw them into the fiery furnace In that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teethJohn 528 29 Do not marvel at this for an hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice and come out those who have done good to the resurrection of life and those who have done evil to the resurrection of judgmentThe Unsure NAMy opinion what I didn t care for or do not prefer This will not lower a rating unless it overly distracts from the storyDon t let my 4 star rating fool you I highly recommend The Evangelist in Hell for the meaningful and very interesting story but I am weary of some theology

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  • The Evangelist in Hell
  • Jimmy Leonard
  • English
  • 21 December 2020
  • 9781632133861