I only just found this video, (a lecture from 2008). The topic is very technical but I think Malcolm Jeeves makes a fantastic job of making the topic available to us as members of the general public. To pique your interest, here is a quote The accumulating evidence from neuropsychology makes it extremely difficult to maintain […]
Joshua Parikh is a student studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University. Despite his reservations, Josh changed his mind from traditionalism to annihilationism after seeing the overwhelming Biblical case for it and the philosophical sense that it makes. His interests include apologetics, reading and veganism. Read Joshua’s archives Related posts: No related posts.
Allison Quient – Justification and Life for All? A Response to Universalist Exegesis of Rom 5:12-21 Laura Robinson – Hell Is For Christians? Eternal Judgment as a Unique Emphasis in Matthew Peter Hiett – How One Biblical Annihilationist Became a Biblical Universalist Daniel Sinclair – A Philosophical Case for Conditional Immortality (Slides and Audio) Greg […]
The latest issue of our magazine, From Death To Life, Issue 56, MARCH 2013 is available online now. Related posts: No related posts.
Lots of controversial thoughts in the following video. My thoughts below. Please leave a comment. Note N T Wright does not embrace conditional immortality but he does challenge Christians to rethink much of the traditional views of the afterlife. I have read most of NT Wright’s Surprised by Hope. He asks us to rethink ” Heaven, […]
Lots of wonderful posts and the podcast at Rethinking Hell From the blogsphere Immortality Reconsidered What the conditionalist view of hell is not Some thoughts on hell And I really appreciated this post, which addresses the issue that if hell is not eternal conscious torment why bother telling people about Jesus? Christianity is not built […]
You can listen to Matthew Flannagan’s sermon on the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus : Luke 16:19-31 The Parable of Rich Man and Lazarus – Matt Flannagan Matt tells how The Rich Man and Lazarus challenges us to think about what we do know and how we respond to it. The rich man saw […]
Bill Mounce, NT Greek Scholar, noted on his blog an increase interest in the words and grammar related to the afterlife. “I have been receiving requests lately about words and grammar that all relate to the issue of annihilationism and potentially universalism. I don’t know if these connections are explicit in the mind of the […]
There has been some discussion on this site about what label we use to describe ourselves. See Defining Conditionalism and in the comments of My Escape From Hell Most of you will be probably reading and listening to Rethinking Hell 🙂 And a recent article raises this issue as well The End of Hell: Introducing Greg Stump More often than […]