“Every Man’s Inferno” is the first fiction story of its kind to present a biblically-realistic picture of eternal justice without the theological downfalls into which other writings have fallen. The purpose of the book is to draw believers into a deeper concern for eternal matters and to encourage Christians to become eternally-minded in the way they live their lives. In keeping with this theme, the book also includes a challenge for the readers to apply the message of the book to their daily lives, a digital tract that can be used in sharing the Gospel and a powerful sermon by Jack Hyles, “Four Calls for the Soul-Winner.”
This is the fictional story of a complacent Christian who questions Hell: Is it real? How could a God of love create such a place? What is it like? Are people already there?
For several nights this young man is caught away to the depths of the pit. There he sees its torments, finds answers to his questions, and learns that God is both love and just. The two are not opposites, but twins born from the character of God.