Rethinking Hell contributors Nicholas Quient and Graham Ware join Chris Date for the fourth of a series of episodes reviewing Hell Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents Eternal Punishment, edited by Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson. This fourth episode in the series reviews chapter 4, “Paul on Hell,” by Douglas Moo.
- “‘Punishment’ and the Polysemy of Deverbal Nouns,” article by Chris Date
- “Whatever death means it supports conditionalism,” article by Joey Dear
- “Introduction to Evangelical Conditionalism: What Do We Mean by ‘Annihilation?’” article by Joey Dear
- “The Hermeneutics of Conditionalism: Chris Date’s ETS Presentation Available for Download,” conference paper by Chris Date
- “Annihilation in 2 Thessalonians 1:9 (Part 1): Destroyed by the Glory of His Manifest Presence,” article by Peter Grice
- “Annihilation in 2 Thessalonians 1:9 (Part 2): Separation or Obliteration?—The Present Controversy,” article by Ronnie Demler and William Tanksley Jr.
- “For I Am Undone: Conditionalism, New Creation Theology, and the Annihilating Power of God’s Presence,” article by Peter Berthelsen