Short for “conditional immortality,” conditionalism is the view that immortality is granted only upon the condition of faith in Christ. This is contrary to the more popular view that all human beings (or their souls) are either 1. intrinsically immortal or 2. unconditionally bestowed immortality at the resurrection.
- Episode 21: Response to Matt Waymeyer (Part 2) | Rethinking Hell on Randy Alcorn Takes John Stott Out of Context
- Episode 20: A Response to Matt Waymeyer’s Annihilation Lecture at Shepherd’s Conference 2012 | Rethinking Hell on Conditionalism and The Second Council of Constantinople
- Greg on How to Legally Obtain a Free Digital Copy of The Conditionalist Faith of Our Fathers
- Darrell on What Part of “Will Consume” Did You Not Understand?
- Answering Brent Riggs on annihilationism | Rethinking Hell on Torture