Episode 106: In the Line of [Eternal] Fire: Dr. Michael Brown on Conditionalism and Hell

 

Dr. Michael Brown joins Rethinking Hell contributor Chris Date to discuss hell and immortality in evangelism and the Old Testament.

 

Links

Dr. Michael Brown vs. Dr. Bart Ehrman on God and the Problem of Suffering
https://youtu.be/U8PfAXM9tnE
“The Question of Hell and Eternal Punishment,” interview with Edward Fudge on The Line of Fire
http://thelineoffire.org/2013/12/17/the-question-of-hell-and-eternal-punishment/
“Dismissive of Hell, Fearful of Death: Conditional Immortality and the Apologetic Challenge of Hell,” journal article by Chris Date
http://www.stephenjbedard.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/HRV6-Hell.pdf
“Their Worm Does Not Die: Annihilation and Mark 9:48,” article by Chris Date
http://www.rethinkinghell.com/2012/07/their-worm-does-not-die-annihilation-and-mark-948
Rethinknig Hell’s “Statement on Evangelical Conditionalism”
http://www.rethinkinghell.com/Rethinking-Hell_Statement-on-Evangelical-Conditionalism.pdf
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  • Webb Mealy

    I’d be interested to see Dr. Brown’s reaction to my new book New Creation Millennialism (www.simplegospel.com/docs/NewCreationMillennialism.pdf ). I think that my eschatological paradigm, based on the strong literary links between Isa. 26:10-11; 27:1-5; 66:22-24; Rev. 20:7-10, 13-15, gives a specific and coherent answer to the strangeness of the scene of an attack on the New Jerusalem in Isa. 66:22-24, which is most naturally to be seen as set in the new creation.

    • fleetwd1

      i came across your post here wanting Dr Brown’s reaction to examining your Short Monograph. I was taken by two chapters listed in your Contents:

      Chapter 2 Insurmountable Problems of Historical Premillennialism
      and
      Chapter 3 Insurmountable Problems with Amillennialism……

      I have found these two viewpoints the strongest and have had difficulty deciding between them. It was curious that you did not deal with either Postmillennialism or Dispensational Premillennialism which I think are of lessor value.

      I decided to read what you had to offer. I have not read it all but have read up to the end of Chapter 1 page 47. I think you have some interesting ways of interpreting Rev 19:5-21:8. Your reconciliation of the passages dealing with eternal torment and your conclusions I think would interest the readers here on the Rethinking Hell website.

      I hope others will including Dr Brown will take up your offer. I am passing your link on to a friend who has mentioned his struggle with the two resurrections explained from an Amillennial viewpoint.

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