The Edward Fudge Festschrift Interview

Last year Rethinking Hell published our second book, A Consuming Passion: Essays on Hell and Immortality in Honor of Edward Fudge. For some time it had been a dream of ours to publish a festschrift in honor of Edward, whose work on the nature of final punishment has so influenced us, whose character so inspires us, and whose friendship is so dear to us. A few months ago I had the privilege of presenting A Consuming Passion to Edward with my co-editor Ron Highfield, and interviewing them both.

 

 

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Episode 86: Four Views on Hell 2.0—Conditionalism, with John Stackhouse

Professor John Stackhouse joins Rethinking Hell contributor Chris Date to discuss his chapter on Conditionalism (or “terminal punishment” as he calls it), and his responses to other contributors, in Zondervan’s forthcoming second edition of Four Views on Hell.

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Episode 71: The View From the Outside, with Andrew Whyte (Part 2)

Rethinking Hell contributor Chris Date is joined by former evangelical turned agnostic, Andrew Whyte, to discuss one unbeliever’s perspective on the intramural evangelical hell debate. This episode contains the second half of their two-and-a-quarter hour discussion.
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Episode 70: The View From the Outside, with Andrew Whyte (Part 1)

Rethinking Hell contributor Chris Date is joined by former evangelical turned agnostic, Andrew Whyte, to discuss one unbeliever’s perspective on the intramural evangelical hell debate. This episode contains the first hour of their two-and-a-quarter hour discussion.
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