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Are you familiar with the Church of God General Conference in McDonough, GA. I pastor a Church of God congregation in SC. As a Conference of Churches we hold to the conditionalist perspective.
Here’s our website: abc-coggc.org
Ed Fudge spoke to our conference back in the early 80’s after the initial publication of his book.
I’ve been hunting volume 1 of Froom’s Conditionalist faith (I have vol 2 and I don’t want to spend 160.00 for vol. 1 if I can avoid it) Thanks for your info on how to download off the SDA sight. I’ll try it.
Blessings on your blog.
Regarding Chen’s book… I saw a piece in CT a few weeks ago where Chen is a little bolder on his consideration of annhilationism.
Thanks for visiting Jeff. Sorry I took so long to approve your comment; for some reason it was caught by my spam filter.
I have a new book out on the subject of Conditionalism. Titled “Man’s Ignorance and God’s Grace, A Case for Conditional Immortality.” The book is based on my Dissertation in regards to the PhD in Religious Studies that I recently earned from Trinity Theological Seminary of Newburgh, Indiana. You certainly would enjoy reading it. I track the origin of the belief in the immortality of the soul in Christianity from the Greek platonic source and before that from ancient Hindu teachings and the introduction of those beliefs into Christian doctrine by Augustine and others. I also explore the history of the change in Christian perspective during the middle ages and the time of the Reformation through such individuals as Martin Luther, John Wycliffe and William Tyndale. The volume is available on-line at Amazon.com and through Barnes and Noble.
Thanks Roger, I’ll definitely check it out.
Interesting, thanks for the visit mate! 🙂
Thanks for the web site & for the interesting articles you’ve written, I encourage you to keep writing & posting that The Lord Jesus Christ’s Kingdom may continue to benefit.
Protestantism really never Reformed it’s Doctrine of the Eschatology so there is a need to bring the “hard” doctrine of Endless Punishing to the touchstone of Scripture, were it is found wanting.
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