Category Archives: Hermeneutics

Hell is on a lot of people’s radars these days. We here are obviously not the only ones rethinking hell. Rob Bell’s Love Wins brought the discussion to the popular level. Love it or hate it, Love Wins got people … Continue reading

Book Reviews Criticisms Graham Ware Hermeneutics 5 Comments

For some people, the concept of hell as a state of eternal torment is so central to their faith and their portrait of God that giving it up would mean giving up the faith altogether: giving up the authority of … Continue reading

Glenn Peoples Hermeneutics Systematic Theology 13 Comments

I recently had a very brief exchange with a colleague regarding conditionalism. He knows I’m a conditionalist, and he is not. He had just finished Clark Pinnock’s argument in Four Views on Hell,1 and stated that it was not a … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Criticisms Graham Ware Hermeneutics 2 Comments

In Parts 1 and 2, we looked at arguments that were made specifically for the traditional view and saw why they fail when they are taken to their logical conclusions. In this installment of the series, we will be looking … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Hermeneutics Logic and Reasoning Philosophy Uncategorized 2 Comments

In Episode 48, we hear from Ralph Bowles. Ralph is involved in the work of the Anglican Church in Brisbane, Australia. He is also the author of “Does Revelation 14:11 Teach Eternal Torment? Examining a Proof-Text on Hell,” which appeared … Continue reading

Glenn Peoples Hermeneutics Interviews Podcast 1 Comment

In this series of articles I am developing a case that the vision shown to John, recorded in the book of Revelation, favors a conditionalist view of hell (the complete and everlasting destruction of the finally impenitent), despite so frequently being cited as support … Continue reading

Hermeneutics 9 Comments