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...]
Afterlife thanks the following contributors (past and present).
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 believe the Bible, even when it contradicts tradition. He was mentored by Dr. Timothy Barnett in the study of the Scriptures, including conditional immortality. Doug writes on these and related subjects at www.endlesshellended.com. He is blessed by his wife Lynetta, who is also a … [Read more...]
Jefferson Vann and his wife Penny, are working part-time with ACCONZ and part-time with Advent Christian General Conference as global trainers, and Asia Pacific Area Directors. "My hope is that everyone who reads this blog will have an opportunity to understand the gospel, and will know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior." You can read more of Jeff's writing … [Read more...]
Dr. Glenn Peoples runs Right Reason, a popular blog and podcast on philosophy, theology and social issues. You can also find him at Rethinking Hell Read Glenn's archives on Afterlife … [Read more...]