Four Views On Hell : Second Edition / Denny Burk, . Stackhouse, Robin Parry and Walls, Jerry.

By: Burk, DennyContributor(s): Walls, Jerry | Parry, Robin | Stackhouse, ., John GMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan, 2016Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780310516644; 0310516641Subject(s): ReligionGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: BT836.3.F68 2016Online resources: Click here to access ONLINE RESOURCE
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Four Views On Hell: Second Edition; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Bible Versions; Introduction; 1. Eternal Conscious Torment: Denny Burk; A Terminal Punishment Response: John G. Stackhouse Jr.; A Universalist Response: Robin A. Parry; A Hell and Purgatory Response: Jerry L. Walls; 2. Terminal Punishment: John G. Stackhouse Jr.; An Eternal Conscious Torment Response: Denny Burk; A Universalist Response: Robin A. Parry; A Hell and Purgatory Response: Jerry L. Walls; 3. A Universalist View: Robin A. Parry; An Eternal Conscious Torment Response: Denny Burk
A Terminal Punishment Response: John G. Stackhouse Jr.A Hell and Purgatory Response: Jerry L. Walls; 4. Hell and Purgatory: Jerry L. Walls; An Eternal Conscious Torment Response: Denny Burk; A Terminal Punishment Response: John G. Stackhouse Jr.; A Universalist Response: Robin A. Parry; Conclusion; Scripture Index; Subject Index; Author Index; Four Views On Hell: First Edition; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; Chapter One: The Literal View; The Literal View; Response to John F. Walvoord; Response to John F. Walvoord; Response to John F. Walvoord
Chapter Two: The Metaphorical ViewThe Metaphorical View; Response to William V. Crockett; Response to William V. Crockett; Response to William V. Crockett; Chapter Three: The Purgatorial View; The Purgatorial View; Response to Zachary J. Hayes; Response to Zachary J. Hayes; Response to Zachary J. Hayes; Chapter Four: The Conditional View; The Conditional View; Response to Clark H. Pinnock; Response to Clark H. Pinnock; Response to Clark H. Pinnock; About the Author
Summary: Recent years have seen much controversy regarding hell: Do we go to heaven or hell when we die' Or do we cease to exist' Are believers and unbelievers ultimately saved in the end' Four Views on Hell highlights why the church still needs to wrestle with the doctrine of hell. In the familiar counterpoints format, four leading scholars introduce us to the current views on eternal judgment, with particular attention being given to the new voices that have entered the debate. Contributors and views include: Denny Burk: Eternal Conscious Torment John Stackhouse: Annihilationism (Conditional Immortality) Robin Parry: Universalism (Ultimate Reconciliation) Jerry Walls: Purgatory Preston Sprinkle concludes the discussion by evaluating each view, noting significant points of exchange between the essayists. The interactive nature of the volume allows the reader to reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of each view and come to an informed conclusion.
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Recent years have seen much controversy regarding hell: Do we go to heaven or hell when we die' Or do we cease to exist' Are believers and unbelievers ultimately saved in the end' Four Views on Hell highlights why the church still needs to wrestle with the doctrine of hell. In the familiar counterpoints format, four leading scholars introduce us to the current views on eternal judgment, with particular attention being given to the new voices that have entered the debate. Contributors and views include: Denny Burk: Eternal Conscious Torment John Stackhouse: Annihilationism (Conditional Immortality) Robin Parry: Universalism (Ultimate Reconciliation) Jerry Walls: Purgatory Preston Sprinkle concludes the discussion by evaluating each view, noting significant points of exchange between the essayists. The interactive nature of the volume allows the reader to reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of each view and come to an informed conclusion.

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Four Views On Hell: Second Edition; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Bible Versions; Introduction; 1. Eternal Conscious Torment: Denny Burk; A Terminal Punishment Response: John G. Stackhouse Jr.; A Universalist Response: Robin A. Parry; A Hell and Purgatory Response: Jerry L. Walls; 2. Terminal Punishment: John G. Stackhouse Jr.; An Eternal Conscious Torment Response: Denny Burk; A Universalist Response: Robin A. Parry; A Hell and Purgatory Response: Jerry L. Walls; 3. A Universalist View: Robin A. Parry; An Eternal Conscious Torment Response: Denny Burk

A Terminal Punishment Response: John G. Stackhouse Jr.A Hell and Purgatory Response: Jerry L. Walls; 4. Hell and Purgatory: Jerry L. Walls; An Eternal Conscious Torment Response: Denny Burk; A Terminal Punishment Response: John G. Stackhouse Jr.; A Universalist Response: Robin A. Parry; Conclusion; Scripture Index; Subject Index; Author Index; Four Views On Hell: First Edition; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; Chapter One: The Literal View; The Literal View; Response to John F. Walvoord; Response to John F. Walvoord; Response to John F. Walvoord

Chapter Two: The Metaphorical ViewThe Metaphorical View; Response to William V. Crockett; Response to William V. Crockett; Response to William V. Crockett; Chapter Three: The Purgatorial View; The Purgatorial View; Response to Zachary J. Hayes; Response to Zachary J. Hayes; Response to Zachary J. Hayes; Chapter Four: The Conditional View; The Conditional View; Response to Clark H. Pinnock; Response to Clark H. Pinnock; Response to Clark H. Pinnock; About the Author

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