Jonathan Edwards And Hell
Nobody likes the doctrine of hell, so a far more comfortable option has been redeveloped and supported in recent years: Annihilationism, the idea that the lost are destroyed rather than suffer endless punishment in hell. Morgan summarises the strengths and weaknesses of the major protagonists on both sides and then points to the influential American theologian, Jonathan Edwards, as an example of how best to answer the theory.
?Morgan shows how Edwards successfully responded to the annihilationist arguments? Edwards? approach needs to be heard today.? Robert A. Peterson, Covenant Theological Seminary, St Louis, Missouri
?Morgan?s comprehensive survey of the annihilation debate and clear exposition of Edwards? views are a valuable resource.? David McKay, Reformed Theological College, Belfast