The Rev. Chad Holtz quit his position as pastor from a church in Henderson, N.C. after posting on his Facebook page a defense of a forthcoming book by megachurch pastor Rob Bell, in which Bell challenges millions of Christians' understanding of the afterlife. (AP Photo/Sara D. Davis)
The Rev. Chad Holtz quit his position as pastor from a church in Henderson, N.C. after posting on his Facebook page a defense of a forthcoming book by megachurch pastor Rob Bell, in which Bell challenges millions of Christians' understanding of the afterlife. (AP Photo/Sara D. Davis)
published Friday, April 1st, 2011
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When Chad Holtz said no to hell, he never imagined the hell on earth that would follow. The Cleveland, Tenn., resident recently left a North Carolina United Methodist student pastorate after a firestorm erupted when he eschewed a traditional view of hell in a Facebook post.

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