Category Archives: Introductory

In Part 1 of this series, I clarified what we mean in calling our view “conditional immortality.” Now, in Part 2, we will continue with some important historical background. In Part 3, I’ll complete the overall justification of our chosen … Continue reading

Church History Introductory Peter Grice 1 Comment

Alas! The hell debate has a terminology problem. First, traditionalism is nondescript and sometimes considered pejorative. It’s also not quite accurate: there were several traditions in early Christendom, with eternal torment dominating in the Western church from around the fourth … Continue reading

Church History Introductory Peter Grice 3 Comments

Some people have spent a lot of time studying the issue of hell. A small group of such people got together, and now we have But for many, this isn’t a top priority. So let me give an overview … Continue reading

Introductory 6 Comments

As you likely are already aware, here at Rethinking Hell we deny the traditional teaching of Hell as a place of eternal torment, and instead view it as a place where the conscious existence of the unsaved is ended forever. … Continue reading

Introductory 12 Comments

Hello everyone, Having held to this minority Christian view on the doctrine of hell for some time now, I find that it has taught me a lot about things that go far beyond final punishment. I also find that I … Continue reading

Commentary Introductory Uncategorized 4 Comments