Compelling New Book Features Spiritual Insights on Eternal Life

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Author hopes to challenge non-Christians to examine who Jesus is

Hell...if I Know

It is my contribution and mission to spread the gospel

The Bible says that people have one life and then they die. What happens then? There are two very real places that are mysterious and misunderstood. Heaven is a place where God dwells, an eternal spiritual place beyond imagination. And hell is described in the Bible as being a fiery place of torment and darkness. But in order to understand where a person is going, they must use the Bible as a manual to live by; their spiritual destiny depends on a relationship with God. Hell…if I Know ($14.99, paperback, 978-1-60957-983-8), a new release from Xulon Press author Ronald D. Bruno, aims to connect people with God and His promise of eternal life, and to offer a realistic view of hell. This compelling yet provocative book is filled with spiritual insights and guidance that will point readers in the right direction.

“It is my contribution and mission to spread the gospel,” the author says. “Let’s just say I’m a passionate Berean on a mission to gather some souls who have been on the fence because they’re reluctant to worship a God who would create an eternal hell! As for Christians, our destinies are fixed and secure whether hell is eternal or not.”

Bruno, a resident of Torrance, California, ultimately hopes his book will challenge those of another religious faith to examine who Jesus Christ is—before it’s too late. “I challenge you to give Jesus a chance,” he says. “At least know why you reject Him. You will be surprised that the doubts and objections you have may disappear as you move closer to Him. His light shines in dark places.”

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 8,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Hell…if I Know through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Hell…if I Know is available online through,, and


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