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  • Title: Hell on Trial, The Case for Eternal Punishment
  • Author: Robert A. Peterson John F. MacArthur David F. Wells
  • ISBN: 9780875523729
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hell on Trial, The Case for Eternal Punishment By Robert A. Peterson John F. MacArthur David F. Wells, Hell on Trial The Case for Eternal Punishment

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    1 thought on “Hell on Trial, The Case for Eternal Punishment

    1. Emotionally charged and scripturally weak.For the purpose of full disclosure, I am an annihiltionist, one of the people Peterson says need to repent and submit to God s glory by submitting their minds to the truth pg 89 I obviously disagree Peterson s ultimate conclusions, and seldom give good reviews to books that try to prove the bible really does teach eternal torment since I obviously think they fail However, this is among the worst I have come across.For starters, like my title indicates, i [...]

    2. I need to give this book a low rating not because I disagree with the author s conclusions but of course that has to have some influence on me , but because the writing itself is just so poor The author spares much effort in being interesting and trying to transcend a poorly fleshed out outline from the first page to the last.That being said, I DO disagree with the conclusions of the book, and I would like to record my thoughts here for my entertainment and possible future reference I have recen [...]

    3. An issue that frequently gets left out of debates on the eternality of Hell is that it is not Christians who decide which souls suffer there, it is God God is just, and His justice demands satisfaction in the case of those who reject Him, that means they must suffer forever abandoned to their own sins and completely removed from His presence Unbelievers have always rejected this, but increasing numbers of Christians are embracing alternative views in which Hell is not eternal, or no one actually [...]

    4. This is probably one of the weakest treatments of the doctrine of hell and eternal punishment that I have read He borrows a lot from the logic of W G T Shedd not a bad thing but you d be better off just reading Shedd I found in many cases, the references that he included specifically from Martin Luther and John Calvin to support the doctrine actually served to challenge what he was trying to present Very poorly done in my assessment.

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