Category Archives: Biblical Exegesis

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

John Stackhouse has been a faithful friend to Rethinking Hell. He has appeared on our podcast twice (Episode 3, and Episode 86). He wrote the foreward to the first Rethinking Hell book, Rethinking Hell: Readings in Evangelical Conditionalism (Eugene: Cascade, … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Book Reviews Criticisms Graham Ware Hermeneutics Reviews Systematic Theology 5 Comments

On April 1st, I had the pleasure and honor to speak in a parallel session at the 2016 ETS Eastern Region Meeting, held at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where I am earning my undergraduate degree in biblical and theological … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Hermeneutics 2 Comments

In the discussion of hell, Denny Burk has a very significant advantage; his interpretation is the majority opinion. What cannot be disputed in this discussion is that over the course of 2000 years of Church history the majority (though of … Continue reading

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I recently had a very brief exchange with a colleague regarding conditionalism. He knows I’m a conditionalist, and he is not. He had just finished Clark Pinnock’s argument in Four Views on Hell,1 and stated that it was not a … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Criticisms Graham Ware Hermeneutics 2 Comments