Episode 101: “Hell Under Fire” Under Fire, Part 1: The History of Hell

 

Rethinking Hell contributors Glenn Peoples and Graham Ware join Chris Date for the first of a series of episodes reviewing Hell Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents Eternal Punishment, edited by Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson. This first episode in the series reviews the book’s introduction, as well as the first chapter, “Modern Theology: The Disappearance of Hell,” by Al Mohler.

 

Links

Hell Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents Eternal Punishment, available at Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Hell-Under-Fire-Scholarship-Punishment/dp/0310240417/
“Church Fathers who were Conditionalists,” YouTube video by Glenn Peoples
https://youtu.be/je3AW6QeXzk
“History of Hell: Hell before Augustine,” article by Glenn Peoples
http://www.afterlife.co.nz/2013/church-history/history-of-hell/
“Conditional Immortality, Origen, and the Second Council of Constantinople,” article by Graham Ware
http://rethinkinghell.com/2015/08/conditional-immortality-origen-and-the-second-council-of-constantinople/
“Deprived of continuance: Irenaeus the conditionalist,” article by Chris Date
http://www.rethinkinghell.com/2012/11/deprived-of-continuance-irenaeus-the-conditionalist/
“Hell in the Times: Were the Early Church Fathers ‘Vague’ in Their Support of Conditional Immortality?” article by Glenn Peoples
http://rethinkinghell.com/2014/10/hell-in-the-times-were-the-early-church-fathers-vague-in-their-support-of-conditional-immortality/
“Should Christians rethink Hell? Dr Al Mohler & Chris Date debate the traditional & conditionalist view,” episode of Unbelievable?
https://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/Unbelievable/Episodes/Unbelievable-Should-Christians-rethink-Hell-Dr-Al-Mohler-Chris-Date-debate-the-traditional-conditionalist-view
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  • Jim O

    Thanks so much for everyone’s efforts on this. I am looking forward to future installations. (For those of us who are not fully familiar with all the various logical fallacies, maybe next time you could briefly define the less common ones, such as the Scotsman’s ..?…, and there was one other I would not be able to define.) Your work is appreciated, and you are building a great resource. God bless you all in your many pursuits.

  • Ayreonaut

    Really enjoyed this. “Book club” is a great idea for generating future episodes.

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