"Hell" is a much-debated topic among evangelicals. Will the condemned experience perpetual, conscious torture; or will theirs be a limited suffering followed by an end to their existence? Theologians Peterson and Fudge debate these traditional/conditionalist perspectives, each making a case that his viewpoint is more consistent with Scripture and God's nature. Includes rebuttals. 228 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Review 1 for Two Views of Hell
Date:May 30, 2001
This book gives a good, thorough presentation of the two views, and allows some debate over specific issues and scripture passages. These passages are well-exegeted according to the two viewpoints. The weakness, however, is its increasingly acrimonious tone: Fudge makes some inappropriate comments early on, and Peterson overreacts. This book nevertheless is helpful for those interested in this debate.