Order Now! Rethinking Hell: Readings in Evangelical Conditionalism

Our first book, Rethinking Hell: Readings in Evangelical Conditionalism is now available! The best way to get your hands on a copy is still to register for the upcoming and inaugural 2014 Rethinking Hell Conference; you can add the book at a discounted price to your registration, pick your copy up at the conference, and have it signed by some of its editors and contributors. You won’t pay shipping costs, and you can add a discounted copy of Edward Fudge’s The Fire That Consumes, too. Most of all, you’ll help fund the conference! However, if you cannot make it to Houston in July, there are two ways you can order your copy today and have it delivered to you.

Wipf & Stock: First, you can purchase your print copy through our publisher’s online store. The retail price is U.S. $40.00; the normal online price is U.S. $32.00 plus shipping, but for a limited time you may enter the coupon code “perish” at time of checkout to receive a 40% discount off retail, for a total cost of U.S. $24.00 plus shipping. Purchase your copy now! This promotion ends June 12th, 2014!

Amazon: Second, you can order a print copy at Amazon.com for U.S. $31.87 plus shipping. (As of today, Amazon says the book is out of stock, but by next week should be shipping orders.) The Kindle edition will be available in 30 to 60 days, and we’ll announce when it’s available.

Book Depository: Third, bookdepository.com provides print copies with free international shipping!

Be sure to check out the wonderful endorsements/editorial reviews at both websites, and to share this announcement with your friends, family, fellow students, co-workers—with everyone! We’re thrilled and blessed to be able to make this resource available, and we thank you in advance for your support!

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21 Responses to Order Now! Rethinking Hell: Readings in Evangelical Conditionalism

  1. Diana says:

    Looking forward to the Kindle version, it’s how I get all my books these days!

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  7. Poi says:

    Well, finally you admit what we no-eternal-torment people have been telling you for years. Branding us as heretics and banishing us from the churches. Will you follow this with an apology, or will you simply keep quiet and pretend non of this ever happened? Time will tell, won’t it?!

    • Ronnie says:

      Who is this comment directed to? I’m fairly certain nobody here has ever branded you a heretic or banished you from the church. Who, exactly owes an apology? And to whom should they apologize?

  8. Emmliz says:

    Didn’t Edward Fudge already do this with his classic “The Fire that Consumes?” Is he even mentioned in this book?

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  17. Forest Allbee says:

    I love this book so far. I have the Kindle edition. I only wish that each Bible Verse was foot noted so that you can refer to that verse in your reading. The only way to do it now is to have a Bible right along with you while you are reading it which is not very conducive to reading this on the go. It would make it so much easier.

  18. Ray says:

    I have the Kindle version of the book and am finding it very helpful in my study … I would like to be able to print out a section that I am studying at a time and highlight or write comments as I go … Kindle won’t let me do that because of their format called DRM. would it be possible to provide it DRM free or in another format that would allow it to be read on a different eBook reader?

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