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Battle for Hell

A Survey and Evaluation of Evangelicals' Growing Attraction to the Doctrine of Annihilationism

Battle for Hell

A Survey and Evaluation of Evangelicals' Growing Attraction to the Doctrine of Annihilationism

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£58.00

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819199553
Number of Pages: 118
Published: 01/07/1996
Width: 14.2 cm
Height: 22.3 cm
Is belief in hell necessary for true, evangelical faith? Is the doctrine of hell the teaching of the Scripture? The Battle for Hell surveys and evaluates the growing belief in the doctrine of annihilationism among evangelicals. Instead of non-Christians suffering forever in an eternal hell, a growing number of scholars hold that the non-Christian will be obliterated into non-existence. Moore critiques this doctrine of annihilationism with the presupposition that many Christians have misunderstood the nature of hell. The book also provides exegetical evidence from Scripture that will help to address the tough emotional struggles many people have with the doctrine of hell.

David George Moore

In a day when prominent evangelicals are charging that to view the nature of hell as everlasting conscious torment is hideous and unscriptural, a burden to the church and a blot on her message, it is only natural that defenders of tradition would arisewith a reply. Moore is a worthy defender-his book is fair and well documented and I commend it. -- Clark Pinnock, McMaster College David Moore's book...is an urgent note of clarity in the increasingly bewildered world of evangelical theology. I especially urge pastors and teaching elders to study it with their people. It will serve well as a basis for study groups in the local congregation. -- Dallas Willard, University of Southern California This book is a good entry-level discussion of the debate between the annihilationist and traditional understanding of the nature of hell. -- Dallas Willard, University of Southern California The Theological Educator This book is clearly written, but is not an easy book to read...Moore lays out the biblical teaching on this subject in a way that is faithful to Scripture, and that also shows much pastoral wisdom in helping us to deal with this subject in terms of our hearts as well as our minds. -- Wayne Grudem, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School This book is clearly written, but is not an easy book to read...Moore lays out the biblical teaching on this subject in a way that is faithful to Scripture, and that also shows much pastoral wisdom in helping us to deal with this subject in terms of our hearts as well as our minds. -- Wayne Grudem, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School In a day when prominent evangelicals are charging that to view the nature of hell as everlasting conscious torment is hideous and unscriptural, a burden to the church and a blot on her message, it is only natural that defenders of tradition would arise with a reply. Moore is a worthy defender-his book is fair and well documented and I commend it. -- Clark Pinnock, McMaster College David Moore's book...is an urgent note of clarity in the increasingly bewildered world of evangelical theology. I especially urge pastors and teaching elders to study it with their people. It will serve well as a basis for study groups in the local congregation. -- Dallas Willard, University of Southern California This book is a good entry-level discussion of the debate between the annihilationist and traditional understanding of the nature of hell. -- Dallas Willard, University of Southern California The Theological Educator

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