Tormented in the Afterlife, but Not Forever – NYTimes.com

Conditional immortality is not new — it has been proposed by Christian thinkers almost from the beginning — but it is having a moment in the (gentle, non-fiery) sun. Several new scholarly volumes about conditional immortality have been, or are about to be, published. In July, leading proponents of the theory gathered in Houston for Rethinking Hell, a conference in honor of Mr. (Edward) Fudge. The group that produced the conference maintains a website, rethinkinghell.com, dedicated to its theology.

Tormented in the Afterlife, but Not Forever – NYTimes.com.

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