Is the concept of hell outdated? No, says Peterson, who offers you a penetrating look at both the bad news---and the Good News---in this compelling case for eternal punishment. Examining the competing views such as agnosticism and universalism, he helps you evaluate these current denials and modifications in light of solid biblical evidence. 258 pages, softcover from Presbyterian & Reformed.
With extreme care and faithfulness to Scripture, Peterson sets forth the case for eternal punishment and refutes four alternative views. A timely response to current denials of the historic position.
Robert A. Peterson is professor of systematic theology at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated with his BS from Philadelphia Biblical University, received his MDiv from Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfield, Pennsylvania, and obtained his PhD from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey.
Convincing. Im very grateful for this excellent work.
At a time when the truth about hell is widely neglected, we have here a dose of down-to-earth biblical realism that we all need.
Petereson has given us a thorough survey of the biblical evidence, and he has made an impressive argument . . . His discussion will profit us all.
Professor Peterson has done contemporary Christians a real service. . . . a book of great importance and usefulness.
[A] solid, careful, and workmanlike exposition of biblical truth.
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