Thursday, December 15, 2011

What do you believe about hell?

In less than a week i'll be moderating a DEBATE on hell and I could really use some help from my readers.  At the end of the debate, there will be a Q&A period where i'll be asking each participant questions "from the audience."  That's you.  If you object to the traditional understanding of hell (conscious torment, etc.) or the conditionalist perspective (annihilationism, conditional punishment, etc.), I need questions from both sides.

If you would, please EMAIL your questions to me and perhaps you'll hear them read and answered in the debate!

I'm very excited to have been selected to moderate and I will certainly be posting the debate here on the blog once its uploaded.  Who knows, this may spark some interest on my part to delve deeper into this issue and refine my own views.

3 comments:

Paul Baird said...

Without evidence from anyone who's been there the existence and circumstances of hell are pure guesswork and seem to be more reflective of the society that formulates the concept.

If the Christians are correct ie conscious hell then I'm looking forward to it.

The Apologetic Front said...

Paul, none of this is surprising coming from you. However, both participants are Christians and therefore naturalistic objections won't be relevant (Since neither participant is an atheist). But thanks for sharing your thoughts anyway.

seeker said...

I highly recommend watching a debate by Dan Mages ..."Hell is a Lie" ...3 parts ...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDOZ1JxtHT4