Rethinking Hell contributors Peter Berthelsen and Mark Corbett join Chris Date for the eighth and last of a series of episodes reviewing Hell Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents Eternal Punishment, edited by Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson. This eighth episode in the series reviews chapter 9, “Annihilationism: Will the Unsaved Be Punished Forever?” by Christopher Morgan.

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The Book Under Review, Hell Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents Eternal Punishment (Amazon)
https://www.amazon.com/Hell-Under-Fire-Scholarship-Punishment/dp/0310240417/
“Everlasting Torment or Eternal Punishment?” article by Chris Date
http://www.rethinkinghell.com/2014/08/everlasting-torment-or-eternal-punishment
The Doctrine of Immortality in the Early Church, by John Roller (Kindle)
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“Church Fathers who were Conditionalists,” Video by Glenn Peoples (YouTube)
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“History of Hell: Hell Before Augustine,” article by Glenn Peoples
https://www.afterlife.co.nz/history-of-hell/
“Conditionalism and The Second Council of Constantinople,” article by Ronnie Demler
https://conditionalism.net/blog/2011/03/20/conditionalism-and-the-second-council-of-constantinople/
“An open letter to my traditionalist friends,” article by Glenn Peoples
http://rightreason.org/2011/an-open-letter-to-my-traditionalist-friends/
Mark Corbett’s blog, “παρρησιαζόμαι”
http://parresiazomai.blogspot.com/
St. Augustine on Capital Punishment
“As to the award of death for any great crime, do the laws reckon the punishment to consist in the brief moment in which death is inflicted, or in this, that the offender is eternally banished from the society of the living?”1
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  1. St. Augustine (2011-10-04). The City of God – Enhanced (Kindle Locations 16804-16805). Kindle Edition. []