Episode 114: "An Unquenchable Doctrine": Chris Date on the Recent History of Conditional Immortality
Rethinking Hell contributor Chris Date recently presented a paper at Lloyd Strickland's and Andrew Crome's conference, "Imagining the Last Things: Eschatology and Apocalypticism, 1500-Present." Chris's paper, "An Unquenchable Doctrine: The Tenacity of Conditional Immortality in Recent History," outlines the history of conditionalism since the Reformation and its increasing popularity despite attempts by traditionalists to stamp it out, and the evolution of the doctrine of eternal torment into something much more moderate than would be recognizable to Christians of the past.
Episode 115: "The Precious Blood of Christ": A Response to James White
Episode 113: Date and Quient vs. Richardson and Lauriston Debate Review
Episode 111: Rethinking "Hell Theology" in the Raw
Episode 107: "Hell Under Fire" Under Fire, Part 6: The Preacher and Hell
Episode 101: "Hell Under Fire" Under Fire, Part 1: The History of Hell
Episode 100: Celebrating One Hundred Episodes!