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This book is obviously based upon a thesis written by the author. The organization is based on academic format that sometimes becomes repetitious. Students of the doctrine of Conditional Immortality will find nothing new, but the book is a short and reliable introduction to the s: 1. Conditional immortality. Here are entered works on the Christian theological doctrine that immortality is not intrinsic to man but is a divine gift only to the believer. See also what's at Wikipedia, Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Yahweh’s Inferno: Why Scripture’s Teaching On Hell Doesn’t Impugn The Goodness Of God by Evan Minton. This informative, popular-level, semi-scholarly page defence of Annihilationism (or Conditional Immortality, hereafter CI), came to my attention only recently while I was listening to Chris Date interview the author on ‘Rethinking Hell LIVE’. The Book of Life is a book that contains the names of those whom God has ordained to have immortality (2Timothy , Romans ), the rest are destroyed in body and soul as Jesus said they would be (Matthew ). Moses and Paul were willing to give up their immortality, their "living forever," for Israel to be saved. Paul states.
What is Conditional Immortality? A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster (co-founder of the March for Jesus events), Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for part, or all, of the biblical doctrine of Conditional Immortality. Conditional Immortality contends that the revelation of Scripture on the character of God and nature of man, the penalty of sin and atonement of Christ, coherently teaches two destinies—LIFE or DEATH, endless life or an end of life, immortality or perdition, everlasting life or . Why Conditional Immortality is true and "perish" really means "perish." Summary: • Why tradition about the fate of the lost, (as torment forever) is unbiblical and not hermeneutically correct. • Why "Conditional Immortality" is absolutely true and all unsaved souls will one day be "destroyed". William Tyndale (), British Bible translator, came to the defense of the revived teaching of conditional immortality. This, as well as other teachings brought him in direct conflict with the papal champion, Thomas More, who strongly objected against Tyndale and Luther who, in the words of More, said, "all souls lie and sleep till doomsday".
Gladstone and Conditional Immortality Gladstone and Conditional Immortality William A. Burch William A. Burch This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Conditional Immortality: The Case for Orthodoxy on the Doctrine of Annihilationism [Tanoto, Tanwin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Conditional Immortality: The Case for Orthodoxy on the Doctrine of Annihilationism3/5(1). Chapter 4. Visit author’s web site at Why rarely cited Isaiah is the key. Isaiah states "And they shall go forth, and look upon the carcasses of the men that have transgressed against me: for their worm shall not die, neither shall their fire be quenched; and they shall be an abhorring unto all flesh.". Why is this verse key? As many readers will likely be familiar with, one of the main questions in the debate over the nature and duration of hell is what is meant by the term “life” in the Bible when it speaks of the fate of the saved. 1 For more on the broader debate about the language of life and death as applied to final judgment, see “Introduction to Evangelical Conditionalism: Life and Death in the Bible.