Category Archives: Hermeneutics

Conditionalists often make bold claims. For example, we are known to say—with an even blend of sincerity and hyperbole—that our view appears on virtually every page of the Bible. We’re often quick to point out that serious defenders of the … Continue reading

Commentary Guest Contributions Hermeneutics 7 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

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Kim Papaioannou. The Geography of Hell in the Teaching of Jesus: Gehenna, Hades, the Abyss, the Outer Darkness Where There is Weeping and Gnashing of Teeth. Eugene: Pickwick, 2013.* Kim Papaioannou has appeared on our podcast in the past, and … Continue reading

Book Reviews Graham Ware Hermeneutics Leave a comment

Note: This article is part of a series. Part 1 presented a clear and consistent understanding of 2 Thessalonians 1:9 based on relevant context. Here, Part 2 justifies that reading by dealing with more complex matters of translation and interpretation, interacting with … Continue reading

Commentary Criticisms Featured Content Hermeneutics Linguistics 12 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