This pastor talks about it in the context of what the Bible says, he uses the Bible alone to seek the truth about this place, not emotion, not how we want to see it, etc. He is about as close as I've come to completely agreeing with someone because he agrees with God's word, and doesn't shy away from the uncomfortable to please people, to make it easier...he tells the hard facts, what we are without Christ is hopeless, even if we "reject the idea"...if you reject it, you do so to your own peril and destruction. Is that a threat? No. It's the truth, simple as that, and MANY will reject it.