Category Archives: Biblical Exegesis

It is often the case when discussing matters of eschatology that a variety of terms will be used to argue for one’s position. Subtle nuances drive the need for additional terms, and our position of conditional immortality (“conditionalism”) is no … Continue reading

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The story of Lazarus and the Rich Man (Luke 16:19–31) is often one of the first to be mentioned as giving explicit details on the nature and geography of hell. Upon closer examination, these assumptions prove to be lacking and … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Guest Contributions 9 Comments

Thomas Allin. Christ Triumphant: Universalism Asserted as the Hope of the Gospel on the Authority of Reason, the Fathers, and Holy Scripture (Annotated Edition). Robin Parry (ed.). Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2015.* Originally published in 1885, Wipf & Stock has … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Book Reviews Church History Graham Ware Logic and Reasoning Philosophy Universalism Leave a comment

While contending for Conditional Immortality within today’s evangelical world, it can often feel like one is in a battle of sorts: a contest of theological rigor, consistency, and biblical fidelity. This sense of contention gives rise to lively deliberations on … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Commentary Criticisms Debates 2 Comments

Note: This article is part of a series. Here, Part 1 presents a consistent, straightforward conditionalist understanding of 2 Thessalonians 1:9. Since conditionalists question the NIV’s interpolation (“and shut out from”)—practically the only time we would quibble with any modern … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Commentary Featured Content Introductory Peter Grice 6 Comments

Ever read something you know you disagree with but still can’t help but admire the actual argument presented? That’s how I felt about Robin Parry’s presentation in the second edition of Four Views on Hell. Parry is an editor with … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Book Reviews Church History Graham Ware Hermeneutics Universalism 5 Comments