Tagged: Heaven & Hell

Is eternal punishment ‘infinite’ under Conditionalism?

For those new to the debate over hell, there are three main positions in Christendom: The Traditional View, a.k.a. Eternal Conscious Punishment (ECP), claims that those who fail  to receive Christ are punished for the sins by  being tormented forever in hell. The Conditional View,...

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What I learned at the 2015 Rethinking Hell Conference

The second Rethinking Hell conference just finished, and this year was more fun than last year because I got to present a breakout lecture entitled A Philosophical Case for Conditional Immortality (I’ll post the audio and slides in a future post). Being embedded in the...

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Speaking Engagement: Reformation in the Wings

I am thrilled to announce that I will be delivering a paper at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society’s Far West Regional Conference. The theme of the conference is Reformation in the Wings, and the title of my paper is The Philosophical Case for Conditionalism....

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SERIES: Letters to a Traditionalist on Hell

The posts in this series include: Letters to a Traditionalist On Hell 01 – Eternal Fire Letters to a Traditionalist On Hell 02 – Undying Worms Letters to a Traditionalist On Hell 03 – Why Should We Care? Letters to a Traditionalist on Hell 04...

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