Category Archives: Criticisms

Sin plus God does not equal eternal torment, in spite of traditionalists frequently telling us otherwise. Jacob Brunton of For The New Christian Intellectual lives in the Dallas–Fort Worth area, which happens to be where we recently held our annual Rethinking … Continue reading

Criticisms Glenn Peoples Philosophy 5 Comments

I was recently honored to be published in volume 89 of Evangelical Quarterly. Available for free at my Academia.edu profile, my article argues that, contrary to the claims of critics like Robert Peterson, “when one applies accepted principles of hermeneutics … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Chris Date Criticisms Hermeneutics Leave a comment

I was recently honored to be published in volume 18 of McMaster Divinity School’s McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry. My article argues from the atoning work of Christ to conditional immortality and against eternal torment, and will be the … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Chris Date Christology Criticisms 1 Comment

In the first part of this series, guest contributor Cody Cook argued from Psalm 82’s condemnation of the divine council that both fallen angels and unsaved human beings will be finally punished with death, rather than with immortal life in … Continue reading

Biblical Exegesis Criticisms 2 Comments

I was recently honored to be published in Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics. My article, which challenges the claim that annihilation is not a fate unbelievers fear and will thus fail to prompt them to repent and turn to … Continue reading

Apologetics Criticisms Evangelism 1 Comment

In my plenary presentation at the 2015 Rethinking Hell conference, I lamented the fact that many “pastors, professors, apologists, authors, and radio show personalities feel comfortable writing, speaking, and teaching about the motives, errors, and dangerous teachings of conditionalists and … Continue reading

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