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Rethinking Hell

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Rethinking Hell is a central resource for a view on Hell called Conditional Immortality (a.k.a. conditionalism or annihilationism). Focusing on this biblical view as held by many Evangelical Christians, we interview notable proponents, respond to the challenges of critics, present the stories of people who once held to the traditional view but are now rethinking hell, and much more.

Customer Reviews

Outstanding!

This podcast is one of the best I've heard. The interviews are professional, the quality is on par with industry leaders, and the content is critically important in our day. I was challenged to continue rethinking my own views. I love the emphasis on a love for God, His ways, and the Bible. If the integrity and spirit of the first two podcasts is any indication, this will certainly become one of the most influential podcasts online.

The Sleeping Giant may be waking up!

Just finished part 1/4 and found it to be refreshing in how folks are looking at the evidence and laying aside previous prejudices! (No need to ever be prejudice but let the freeing truth set one and all free!)

Waldensisn

The most significant theological shift since the Anabaptists

Although I have justified (in writing!) the traditional doctrine of hell, I have always understood and somewhat empathized with those who feel as though an eternity of suffering seems like an unust punishment for a finite set of sins. As soon as I first heard that one of my favorite theologians, John R. Stott, was open to or supported Annihilationism, I began to seriously study it. I love this podcast, and hang on every new episode. The respectful and careful tone of the participants, as well as their continued reverence for the Word of God and concern for the impact this could have on the body of Christ if not pursued humbly, is tremendous.

The participants are high visibility, respected, and knowledgable people from the Evangelical and scholarly communities, and the interviews are professional and well engineered (though I could do without the hard rock theme music) - the screaming of the damned at the beginning is interesting, not sure if it is appropriate or not.

I believe that this podcast will be one of the main catalysts towards the replacent of the traditional view with Conditionalism in the next decade, and this change could have a significant impact on the church and evangelism. This could be the most important positive theological shift since the 'rediscovery' of believer's baptism by the Anabaptists. Watch this space, it is going to grow into a wildfire - a consuming fire! Keep up the good work gentlemen.

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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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