M. Greveson

Helpful votes received on reviews: 55% (26 of 47)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,115,546 - Total Helpful Votes: 26 of 47
All You Want To Know Abt Hell (All You Want to Kno&hellip by Steve Gregg
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I've always held firmly to the eternal torment view of hell but over the past years, having returned to scripture to review my understanding of this and other subjects, I've been humbled by my obvious reliance on the views of others rather than the truth of scripture. I have been harsh in the past with those who even mentioned the possibility of repentance after death and always rejected conditionalism because other cults had this as a belief system. I have been considering my understanding of the final state and Steve's book has been a wonderful help in the journey. My mind isn't settled on the issue although I'm humbled enough to welcome any brother or sister in Christ who holds either of… Read more
Homosexuality and the Bible: Two Views by Dan O. Via
22 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Homosexuality and the Bible - Two Views - presents the views of two scholars - Dan O. Via presents a defence of loving consenting adults engaging in a same sex relationship as not sinful and attempts to demonstrate that the biblical narrative has a meaning that is open to differing interpretation and that were the biblical narrative is clear in its condemnation of the same sex union this can be amended by new light from science etc. Dan labels the opposing views of Robert Gagnon as being those views influenced by presupposition brought to the biblical text.

Having read this book I found the arguments of Dan O Via to be clearly influenced by his presupposition that the homosexual… Read more
Battle for Normality by Gerard Van den Aardweg
Battle for Normality by Gerard Van den Aardweg
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Excellent, 21 Nov 2006
I've just read this book and have found it informative and easily read. The author has a great insight into the homosexual condition and for someone like myself who is watching the drama of a relative entering the gay scene this book has been a fantastic and informative read. I can honestly say that as I read the issues discussed they are the very issues that I see before my very eyes. I came to this difficult event with little understanding but now can see beyond the confusion of a false reality to the truth that essentially the condition is reversible if change is desired. The book also challenges the idea that its simply what your parents do that cause you to chose a different sexuality… Read more

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