While raising a Christian family and teaching Modern Languages for many years, David cultivated a fascination with eschatology, especially biblical anthropology and the interpretation of final punishment. In 2004 he contributed 4 essays (2 on afterlife topics) to a multi-author volume on Bible translation but has since been researching widely in preparation for a full-length … [Read more...]
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David Tatum is currently the worship pastor for Valley Friends Church in Fresno, Ca. He received his BA in Philosophy and Theology from Point Loma Nazarene University and went on to get his Masters in Divinity at Nazarene Theological Seminary. He has been a pastor and educator in Christian education for the last 15 years. He is the proud father of three children and competes … [Read more...]
John is Pastor of First Advent Christian Church, in Hickory, North Carolina, USA. You can find him at www.johnroller.com. He was the guest at the Rethinking Hell Podcast: Episode 45: Immortality in the Early Church, with John Roller (Part 1) Episode 46: Immortality in the Early Church, with John Roller (Part 2) as well as a guest on Truth Matters Radio: The History of … [Read more...]
Peter Grice is the founder of Rethinking Hell and Rethinking Heaven, and a director of the Foundation for Evangelical Dialogue. An author and speaker in the areas of Christian apologetics, worldview, and biblical eschatology. Peter has contributed to the books True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism (Kregel 2013), Rethinking Hell!: Readings in … [Read more...]
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 … [Read more...]
Lerman is a theologically curious guy from the pews, who admits conditionalism has had a simplifying effect. Married to his high school sweetheart, they have a son and a daughter. Read Lerman's archives … [Read more...]
Michael Bieleski has been Principal of a Primary School, Presbyterian Elder, Pastor of an Elim Church, Daily Bible Quotes contributor for a local paper and has worked for Youth with a Mission in Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Theology with the New Covenant International University, Florida. He authored "A Biblical Anthropology". He has a website: A Biblical … [Read more...]
James D. Gallé considers himself an Arminian annihilationist. "My theology is under progress (and has been for nearly a decade) as he comes to see Jesus Christ as the focal point of theology. The character of God as revealed in Christ is the lens I want to use in order to understand Scripture and God himself. This applies to all areas of theology, soteriology, ecclesiology, … [Read more...]
Warren Prestidge (M.A., B.D. Hons) is a Baptist pastor. His first degree was in English and he has taught at Auckland University and at secondary school. Since 1981, he has pastored churches in Auckland and also lectured for the Bible College of New Zealand and Tyndale College. For two years he directed a Bible College in the Philippines. He authored Life, Death and Destiny. … [Read more...]
Doug Smith is a grateful follower of Christ and an avid Bible student who is willing to follow the truth wherever it leads. Doug writes and speaks on the desire-shaping influence of screens, Christian theology, and apologetics. His blog is https://thatdougsmith.com. He is blessed by his wife Lyneta, who is also an author and speaker and writes at https://lynetasmith.com. Doug … [Read more...]