During the 18th century, Jonathan Edwards vigorously defended traditionalist views of eternal punishment against those who believed in the annihilation of the unsaved. Today the debate continues. Evaluating the arguments on both sides, Morgan analyzes Edwards's theological refutation of annihilationism and demonstrates how his views on hell are especially relevant for the contemporary church. 171 pages, softcover from Mentor.
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Date:April 28, 2004
This is an incredibly meticulous presentation of the annihilationist debate as well as a fantastic elucidation of Edwardss theology regarding annihilationsim. The content is simultaneously readable, well organized and concise. Having minimal previous knowledge of this topic, I found this book to be thoroughly enlightening and a very stimulating read.