Although Fudge published several books, only The Fire That Consumes has been through multiple editions. The first. The Fire That Consumes [Edward Fudge] is 20% off every day at WipfandStock. com. Evangelical Christians affirm together that a dreadful. Since the publication of its first edition in , Edward Fudge’s bookThe Fire that Consumeshas been the fullest and most thorough exposition and defense of.

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Oct 17, Joseph rated it it was amazing Shelves: I haven’t made any decision yet. October 3, at 7: Bobamis rated it it was amazing Dec 31, consumfs I found all the quotes of the church fathers a little tedious but the stuff detailin A book that will probably get me in trouble.

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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. How could a loving God do something that none of us could conceive of doing to our worst enemy?

It is a relief to know that those who ultimately reject God will not suffer forever in hell, but will inste This is the most thorough and detailed analysis of hell that I have ever read. The view I presented is the position of the Universalist Church of America. I hope to have my second post later this week. So we ought not be so dogmatic about our particulars that we miss the point of all prophecy: Michael Millar rated it it was amazing Oct 31, His study covers every passage dealing with divine justice and the destiny of the wicked, beginning with the flood and covering texts in the Pentateuch, and edwqrd the historical, prophetic, and wisdom books of the Old Testament.


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I just edited the “Who recommended it to me” section to correct a typo. Though I did not come to the same conclusions that Fudge did, it definitely helped thee sympathize a little more with those that do hold this position. Jul 30, David Allsopp rated it it was amazing.

Want to Read Currently Thd Read. He recently wrote an updated 3rd edition, and in it, he addresses arguments against what he wrote in the original version that have popped up over the last 30 years. Mariottini, My name is Jay Altieri. Perhaps it will for you, too. Seth Bouchelle rated xonsumes really liked it May 13, It is in so many ways a 5-star book; even though it falls short of solving the problem once and for all.

The Fire That Consumes: A Biblical and Historical Study of the Doctrine of Final Punishment

Mar 19, Chris Roath rated it it was amazing. This is still a serious and sad fate to befall anyone, but it balances God’s love conumes mercy with his justice in a much better way than the traditional view of hell. I imagine your questions will be answered well. The only way to get tje the traditional view is to take the verses that actually may support it, allow them to dictate our reading of the rest of scripture and add in a dose of Platonic philosophy which gives us a soul inherently immortal.

This is the most thorough and detailed analysis of hell that I have ever read. I will check your we web page and read your article.

I still have to figure out how to talk about this with people in a way that doesn’t sound like I’ve got this all figured out, but I feel as though Fudge has enlightened not only my mind but has awakened my soul to the implications to the rest of my theology and friendship with God It has taken me a looooooong time to get through his rather dry text book and I often read at night, but the earlier in thaf morning the harder it is to comprehend anything much less a theologically dense project such as this.


But we swallow our questions because we do not want to appear to question accepted truth, such questions may indicate our own hellish destination.

A Final Word that may be easier to read.

firf Apparently there is not many books written on the subject. I greatly appreciated one of the author’s final points concerning future things expressed in the Bible. This is absolutely the most detailed and exhaustive defense of Annihilationism. Or does the Bible teach that the wicked will finally and truly die, perish, and become extinct forever, though a destructive process that encompasses whatever degree and duration of conscious torment God might sovereignly and justly impose in each individual case?

Archived from the original on September 30, Fudge chronicles the life of this scholar who was persecuted for taking an unpopular position within the Church of Christ. Study the issue carefully. I have read more about hell these past few weeks than I have over a lifetime.

Open Preview See a Problem? I have heard many modern messages say Jesus speaks more of hell than of heaven; and technically this is not true. Joshua Duncan rated it it was amazing Jul 31, October 18, at 6: