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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.

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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.

Game changer

Like so many others, I grew up with the traditional doctrine of hell unquestioned and never even considered the need to question it. I was directed to you guys after hearing about RH on the BadChristian podcast. I literally had no expectations but was immediately struck by the emphasis on exegesis and by the gracious tone of Chris Date. After listening to about 20+ hours of your podcasts I have to say the argument for conditionalism is stronger than any I've heard for traditionalism thus far.
I am currently a first year student at Dallas Theological Seminary and I am eager to discover whether or not I will find a better argument for the traditional hell here than what I've heard presented on your shows.
A final note, I loved hearing Nick and Allison on recently. You need to have them both on more. As much as I know Chris is trying to open the platform up to other voices in the RH camp, I do think a couple of his repeat guests tend to talk more than they add to the conversation. Nick and Allison were excellent. Concise points that were well thought out and well spoken. You need more guests like that.

Talks too fast

Great program, but the host needs to sloooowww down. I can hardly keep up.

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