Writing from a position of biblical conservatism, the author examines rigorously some of the many questions which are raised by the doctrine of hell. He presents a convincing and scholarly case for the view that the unrighteous will forfeit resurrection life in the Kingdom of God.
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Written from a perspective of biblical conservatism, the author examines some of the many questions raised on the doctrine of hell.About the Author:
David Powys was educated at The University of Melbourne. He gained degrees in arts and social work, studied theology at Ridley College, and was ordained in 1981. Dr Powys has ministered in four Melbourne parishes. He is an Examining Chaplain to the Archbishop of Melbourne and a member of Archbishop in Council and National Synod. He was awarded the Doctor of Theology by the Australian College of Theology in 1994 for his "The Hermeneutics of 'Hell'."
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Descrizione libro Paternoster, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 085364831X