Meu amigo Bill Fiess me enviou um e-mail sugerindo que minha visão da Gehenna não era correta. Ele escreveu: “Foi sugerido (acho que por você) que o inferno não é o mesmo que o lago de fogo [Apocalipse 20:15], mas acho que Mateus 18: 8-9 [e também o paralelo Marcos 9: 45-47] sugerem o contrário.
Recently I wrote a blog on Gehenna (see here) in which I suggested that it might be another name for the lake of fire where the unsaved dead will be forever. I received some rather animated objections from quite a few readers. While none of them said why they were so disturbed by my blog,
My friend Bill Fiess sent me an email suggesting that my view of Gehenna was not correct. He wrote: “It has been suggested (I think by you) that hell is not the same as the lake of fire [Rev 20:15], but I think that Matt 18:8-9 [and also the parallel Mark 9:45-47] suggest otherwise.” Matthew
Jesus described the state of those in Gehenna with these terrifying words, “Their worm does not die, and the fire is not quenched” (Mark 9:48). I’ve been comparing the eternal conscious torment (ECT) view with annihilationism in a series of blog posts. How does each view deal with this verse? The Annihilationist Interpretation Edward
I am researching the topic of eternal conscious torment (ECT) for a series of blog posts, and a possible book(let). While there are many modern books defending annihilationism and universalism, there are few defending ECT. And none (that I know of) are written from a Dispensational, Free Grace perspective. One popular ECT book is John