The best book on hell I’ve ever read

It’s called God’s Final Victory: A Comparable Philosophical Case for Universalism by John Kronen and Eric Reitan. This is far and away the most comprehensive, compelling and convincing book I’ve ever read on the topic. Whether you’re already a convinced or hopeful Universalist (or at least leaning in that direction) or if you’ve been won [Read More...]

Rachel Held Evans is going through hell

Not literally–or even figuratively, for that matter. What she’s going through is a series of “Ask a ________” posts, where she’s allowing readers to throw their questions at people who hold to various positions on hell. First up was Edward Fudge, well known advocate of Conditional Immortality and author of The Fire that Consumes. Next [Read More...]

Is Universalism the new Annihilationism?

Thanks to a prod from Graham Ware, I’m currently reading Clark. H. Pinnock’s excellent essay The Destruction of the Finally Impenitent. Published in 1990, Pinnock’s essay critiques the “traditional” doctrine of hell as eternal torment for the wicked and argues for the (then) radical notion of Annihilationism–the belief that the “impenitent wicked suffer extinction and [Read More...]


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