Free Read [Crime Book] ↠ Two Views of Hell: A Biblical & Theological Dialogue - by Edward Fudge Robert A. Peterson Ò

By Edward Fudge Robert A. Peterson | Comments: ( 513 ) | Date: ( Feb 25, 2020 )

Hell is real and terrible It is the fate of those who reject God Evangelicals agree about this unhappy truth Yet on some questions about hell disagreements arise Some evangelicals believe the wicked will experience perpetual, conscious torment after death Others argue that the wicked will experience a limited period of conscious punishment and then they will cease toHell is real and terrible It is the fate of those who reject God Evangelicals agree about this unhappy truth Yet on some questions about hell disagreements arise Some evangelicals believe the wicked will experience perpetual, conscious torment after death Others argue that the wicked will experience a limited period of conscious punishment and then they will cease to exist In this book you will find an irenic yet frank debate between two evangelical theologians who present strong scriptural and theological evidence for and against each view Both make a case that their view is consistent with Scripture and with the holy and just nature of a loving God Robert Peterson defends the traditional view that those who do not have faith in Christ will suffer eternally in hell Edward Fudge advocates the conditionalist perspective that after a period of suffering, the unfaithful will experience a complete extinguishing, or annihilation, of existence In addition, each author presents a rebuttal to the viewpoint of the other Here is a dialogue that will inform and challenge those on both sides, while impressing on all the need for faithful proclamation of the gospel of deliverance from sin and death.


  • Title: Two Views of Hell: A Biblical & Theological Dialogue
  • Author: Edward Fudge Robert A. Peterson
  • ISBN: 9780830822553
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Two Views of Hell: A Biblical & Theological Dialogue

  • Tyler Eason

    Both authors often spoke past one another, which made this book less helpful than it could have been. Their responses to one another seemed overly personal and juvenile. Fudge had a kinder tone because he used more subtle putdowns than Peterson.


  • Nicholas Quient

    Helpful to a point. I think having two biblical scholars or two systematic theologians duke it out would be more advantageous in the future, as both gentlemen seem to speak and argue past each other. Fudge has, I think, shown fairly clearly that the traditional doctrine of eternal torment is quite lacking, and annihilationism (also called conditionalism or conditional immortality) has the upper hand exegetically. However, from a systematics standpoint (which is where many people begin), conditio [...]


  • Tiffany

    What a heavy and interesting read. Absolutely infuriating at times, and yet I feel edified coming out of it.Edward Fudge, who believes that the unsaved will be punished and then annihilated rather than tortured in Hell forever, gets the first argument. He is a "conditionalist," also known as an "annihilationist." His argument is poorly organized and hard to follow, but also very convincing if you can keep everything in your mind all at once. His main argument is that where the Bible talks of "ev [...]


  • Cayla Pruett

    In perfect transparency, this book was extremely difficult for me to read. I quite literally renewed it from the library roughly 5 times because I crept along so slowly through it. In my personal opinion, I found Fudge much easier to read than Peterson, largely due to his clearer writing style. Peterson was difficult to get through for a number of reasons: for one thing, it's just difficult to dwell on the idea of eternal conscious torment (the view Peterson defends) no matter where you land on [...]


  • Mark

    Quite disappointing. What Fudge had to say was interesting, especially his suggestion that when the Bible uses the terms 'die', 'perish' and 'destroy', it means precisely that. However, I personally found his explanations of other passages that more explicitly refer to eternal punishment unconvincing. For his part, Peterson was thoroughly disappointing. To begin with, he rooted a substantial portion of his thesis in the tradition if the Church, which is always unattractive from a Protestant. The [...]


  • Angela

    I'm not sure I finished this, because I think I was too scared to read Peterson's pro-eternal-punishment Hell position. I mostly just wanted more convincing that, if Hell had to exist, based upon my limited Biblical understanding, at least it could be conditional! Which argument was somewhat, I'm emphasizing somewhat, convincing.


  • Danielle W

    A bit wordy. Good to read and then go back and study the scriptures for yourself.


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