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Two views of hell : a biblical & theological dialogue

Autor: Edward Fudge; Robert A Peterson
Editora: Downers Grove, Ill. : InterVarsity Press, ©2000.
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"Hell is real and terrible. It is the fate of those who reject God. Evangelicals agree about this unhappy truth. Yet on some questions about hell disagreements arise. Some evangelicals believe the wicked will experience perpetual, conscious torment after death. Others argue that the wicked will experience a limited period of conscious punishment and then they will cease to exist. In this book you will find an irenic  Ler mais...
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Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Edward Fudge; Robert A Peterson
ISBN: 0830822550 9780830822553
Número OCLC: 43445816
Descrição: 228 pages ; 21 cm
Conteúdos: The case for conditionalism / Edward William Fudge --
A traditionalist response to conditionalism ; The case for traditionalism / Robert A. Peterson --
A conditionalist response to traditionalism / Edward William Fudge.
Responsabilidade: Edward William Fudge & Robert A. Peterson.

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"Hell is real and terrible. It is the fate of those who reject God. Evangelicals agree about this unhappy truth. Yet on some questions about hell disagreements arise. Some evangelicals believe the wicked will experience perpetual, conscious torment after death. Others argue that the wicked will experience a limited period of conscious punishment and then they will cease to exist. In this book you will find an irenic yet frank debate between two evangelical theologians who present strong scriptural and theological evidence for and against each view. Both make a case that their view is more consistent with Scripture and with the holy and just nature of a loving God. Robert Peterson defends the traditional view that those who do not have faith in Christ will suffer eternally in hell. Edward Fudge advocates the conditionalist perspective that after a period of suffering, the unfaithful will experience a complete extinguishing, or annihilation, of existence. In addition, each author presents a rebuttal to the viewpoint of the other. Here is a dialogue that will inform and challenge those on both sides, while impressing on all the need for faithful proclamation of the gospel of deliverance from sin and death." -- Publisher's description.

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