Christian doctrine is grounded first and foremost in the testimony of Scripture. On this, evangelical Christians concur. Yet evangelicals often arrive at deep and seemingly irresolvable disagreements on the details and implications of that testimony. How sinners who lack faith in Christ Jesus will be punished at the final judgment is one such point of contention. Edward William Fudge and Robert A. Peterson intend to clarify this issue and move it toward resolution in their recently published exchange, Two Views of Hell.
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Issue: "Evangelicalism(TM) Who Owns It?" March/April 2001 Vol. 10 No. 2 Page number(s): 50-52
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