PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY:Constable begins his book with this premise “my arguments from scripture must be overthrown from that source.” His challenge and appeal to his readers are that they will take God’s word for what it says. He says that many arguments have been mounted against him but they have been philosophical and not theological. On that note, he quickly … [Read more...]
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This book is a classic reprint of a series of letters that were written back and forth discussing the topic of conditional immortality. The introduction sets the stage for the letters, allowing the reader to know that sceptics of Christianity and atheists struggle with the teaching of eternal conscious torment and how someone can reconcile that idea with the goodness of God. … [Read more...]
Conditional Immortality (The case for orthodoxy on the doctrine of Annihilationism) by Tanwin Tanoto is the thesis project that was written by Tanoto for his master’s program. His main purpose for writing the book is to provide Biblical support that the doctrine of conditional immortality and annihilationism can be held by someone within the church as an orthodox view. He … [Read more...]
About the book:This book was written by Alan E. Lewis a theology professor at Austin Presbyterian Seminary. He considered the book to be the culmination of his life’s work and was able to finish it before dying of cancer in 1994. The book is a written exploration concerning the question “where was Jesus between the cross and the resurrection?” Lewis indirectly challenges … [Read more...]
Book Review: Hell- A Final Word (the surprising truths I found in the Bible) By Edward Fudge Most students of the doctrine of Hell that have landed on the side of conditional immortality and annihilationism will be very familiar with the name Edward Fudge. Fudge wrote what is now the standard exegetical and hermeneutical text on the subject. This book is a condensed … [Read more...]