Afterlife Contribution: The Promise After Christmas: A Kingdom of Justice and Peace

My latest contribution to Afterlife, the website of the Conditional Immortality Association of New Zealand, has a Christmas flavor to it. It shows that Christmas was only the beginning of the fulfillment of God’s promises. Because of the promises that were realized on the first Advent, we can be confident that God’s future promises are ...


Three New Discussions And A Contest!

Afterlife.co.nz is hosting a forum that is open for everyone to discuss the issues related to what happens to people after death. I have recently started three new threads and welcome your participation! There should be something for everyone, so jump into the conversation and let us know what you think! If you’re an atheist ...


Afterlife Contribution: Does Our Belief About the Ultimate End of the Unredeemed Really Matter?

I am honored and grateful to have been asked to contribute to Afterlife, the excellent online presence of the Conditional Immortality Association of New Zealand. They published my first article there today. Please check it out and tell us what you think: Does Our Belief About the Ultimate End of the Unredeemed Really Matter?


New Screenings of “Hell and Mr. Fudge” Near Sacramento, CA

The Loewen Chapel on the campus of Lodi Academy in Lodi, CA near Sacramento will be screening the award-winning film Hell and Mr. Fudge on Friday, Oct. 19 at 8:15 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. If you’re in the area I highly recommend the movie. Here is the local press release about ...


Excellent New Conditionalist Resources You Should Know About

You may not be aware that there are several excellent sites that are promoting the Biblical case for conditional immortality in an effort to become a catalyst for real reform in the church. Please check these out as you continue your study of these important topics: Dr. Preston Sprinkle, co-author of Erasing Hell with Francis ...


Special Screening of Hell And Mr. Fudge Movie in Nashville Area on October 1st

I am thrilled to announce a free special screening of the award-winning movie Hell and Mr. Fudge. The screening will be held on Monday, October 1st at 6:45pm, in Franklin, TN. You can view the trailer, see the location information and RSVP here. Hell and Mr. Fudge is a theatrical adaptation of the life and ...


Shall Not The Judge Of All The Earth Do What Is Just?

Many Christians who believe the traditional teaching that hell is a place of endless conscious torment also say they don’t like the idea. They think it is unjust. Michael King recently wrestled with the reality of hell and ended up sticking with the traditional view. However, he confessed: “My heart didn’t want this to be ...


Rethinking Hell Podcast: Episode 1 with Edward William Fudge

The Rethinking Hell website kicked off a wonderful new podcast series by interviewing none other than Edward Fudge himself. If you want to meet the modern day grandfather of the Biblical understanding of hell, you will find no better introduction than this podcast. Chris Date hosts the episode with the professionalism of top podcasts. His ...


What Kind of God Would *Not* Condemn People to Eternal Torment?

Answers In Genesis (AIG) recently posted an article by Tim Challies entitled: “What Kind of God Would Condemn People to Eternal Torment?” His article is a bold defense of the traditional view of hell as a place of endless, conscious torment for nonbelievers. It is so bold as to claim that one cannot believe in ...


A Review Of “Hell – Why It’s Eternal”, by John G. Weldon

John Ankerberg posted an article by John G. Weldon entitled Hell – Why It’s Eternal and the Remarkable Ease of Entering Heaven. The article presents three arguments in favor of the traditional view that hell is a place of endless conscious punishment. Unfortunately, the three arguments articulated in the article have no Biblical foundation. None ...

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