The Evangelical Universalist Forum

My review of "Four Views on Hell: 2nd Ed"


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I think it will be a significant contribution to the Evangelical discussion! I look forward to reading and reviewing it :slight_smile:


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In this post is some new information (at least for me) on olam that I came across :slight_smile:


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Sheep, kids, worship, and fire. A fair bit on kolasis too.


#8

Separation? Destruction? Annihilation?


#9

Sodom & Gomorrah, Jerusalem 70AD, hell today, forever?


#10

Revelation’s Universalist postscripts. God as the Surgeon, Gardener, and Metallurgist purifying all nations.


#11

Universalist postscript: Kings of the Earth―rebels who come out of the Lake of Fire & into Book of Life!


#12

Some of my thoughts on what motivated God to create us and what He intended our purpose to be. I think these are important questions as they influence the rest of our worldview, our theology, and even our actions.


#13

Should we fear God? How urgent is evangelism? Is the Hell debate settled? Was Augustine right?


#14

I think Stackhouse’s response is excellent!


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He breaks it down under into following sections:

  • Methodological Concerns
  • Two Destinies?
  • Eternal?
  • Thinking Biblically
  • Rejoicing in Damnation?
  • The Happiness of the Redeemed
  • The Parable

#16

I particularly liked Walls concern with the Burk’s view of justice and love in relation to ECT.


#17

I’m really enjoying your review, thanks.


#18

Thanks for taking the time to read it and for the encouragement! God willing, one day I’ll be in a position to review the other chapters too… :grinning: