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Historically, traditionalists have not shied away from affirming their belief that the lost will rise from the dead immortal in the sense that they will live forever in hell. While some contemporary traditionalists are comfortable speaking this way, others are not. They appeal on … Continue reading

Church History Commentary 21 Comments

On Saturday, September 28th, 2013, Dr. Phil Fernandes and Rethinking Hell contributor, Chris Date, debated the proposition, “The punishment of hell will be annihilation: the everlasting loss of life and conscious existence.” Date affirmed, articulating and defending conditional immortality and … Continue reading

Debates Podcast 18 Comments
Debates 8 Comments

“The punishment of hell will be annihilation, the everlasting loss of life and conscious existence.” I have promoted the conditionalist view of final punishment in debates with two fellow Reformed bloggers, and I recently scheduled a debate on the topic … Continue reading

Debates 7 Comments