Walter Veith looks at unbiblical doctrines that distort God’s character. But some wonder, If God is good, then why would He take pleasure in burning people forever? Eternal hellfire, predestination, dispensationalism, grace without law, and the doctrine of substitution without consequence are widely held by Christians. But what logical conclusions must these beliefs lead to? What kind of a God do these doctrines portray?

The Bible says that God is a consuming fire but it also shows another side of God’s character which depicts Him as walking in the fire with His people, shielding them from harm. What’s the truth about God?
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