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Hell A Final Word



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By Edward William Fudge

ISBN: 0891121498 | 192 pages | Distributed by Pacific Press Publishing | Copyright 2014

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Will God finally keep millions of men, women, and children alive forever in a place resembling a fiery furnace? Will God torment them endlessly throughout all eternity?

The traditional view of hell says "Yes" to these questions--and insists that the subject is closed. But millions of people have recoiled in horror at such a thought. Is this the God by whose own character "holiness," "mercy," and “justice" are defined?

Today, Christians in increasing numbers are rejecting the traditional view. Among them are some of the best-known and most highly-respected Bible scholars in the world. Is it possible that the view of hell as conscious everlasting torment is not the teaching of the Bible after all?

Edward Fudge believes that a careful study of the Bible from cover to cover shows the traditional view of hell to be wrong. Between the two extremes of everlasting torment and universal salvation, he sets out a third view more biblical, he argues, than either. 

Thirty years ago, Fudge wrote a 500-page scholarly book, The Fire That Consumes, which began a widespread rethinking of the biblical view of hell. Christianity Today calls it the "standard reference" on the topic.

Now, in this small book, Fudge makes his surprising research easily accessible to all readers.

 

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Will God finally keep millions of men, women, and children alive forever in a place resembling a fiery furnace? Will God torment them endlessly throughout all eternity?

The traditional view of hell says "Yes" to these questions--and insists that the subject is closed. But millions of people have recoiled in horror at such a thought. Is this the God by whose own character "holiness," "mercy," and “justice" are defined?

Today, Christians in increasing numbers are rejecting the traditional view. Among them are some of the best-known and most highly-respected Bible scholars in the world. Is it possible that the view of hell as conscious everlasting torment is not the teaching of the Bible after all?

Edward Fudge believes that a careful study of the Bible from cover to cover shows the traditional view of hell to be wrong. Between the two extremes of everlasting torment and universal salvation, he sets out a third view more biblical, he argues, than either. 

Thirty years ago, Fudge wrote a 500-page scholarly book, The Fire That Consumes, which began a widespread rethinking of the biblical view of hell. Christianity Today calls it the "standard reference" on the topic.

Now, in this small book, Fudge makes his surprising research easily accessible to all readers.

 

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Edward William Fudge


Edward William Fudge is a Bible teacher, preacher, and licensed attorney living in Houston,Texas. His internet publication, gracEmail, regularily encourages thousands of believers around the world. He has ministered with churches of many denominations in the U.S., Canada, and New Zealand. He is the author of Hebrews: Ancient Encouragement for Believers Today, The Fire That Consumes, The Divine Rescue, Two Views of Hell, The Sound of His Voice, and other books. Edward and his wife Sara Faye have been married 45 years and have two children and five grandchildren.

 
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In-depth Study of Hell

The author is very theological in his approach of the subject of hell and it being eternal destruction. The book presents many solid points. My parents who are not members of the Seventh-day Adventist church are in the process of reading it and say they enjoy it. They appreciate that it is done by a representative of another denomination who is not Seventh-day Adventist, yet holds the same belief about Hell. This book would be very good to give out to friends and family with this in mind. Keep in mind, it is a scholarly work and presents the subject as such.