Knapp The Ethics of Eternal Punishment is a short 1 Chapter work on why God’s punishment on unsaved sinners must be eternal.
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Biederwolf Hell: Why? What? How Long?
by William Edward Biederwolf
Fleming H. Revell Company
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“And in Hades he lifted up his eyes being in torment” (Luke 16:23).
Summary of Biederwolf Hell: Why? What? How Long?
Biederwolf Hell: Why? What? How Long? is a one chapter work by Biederwolf (Presbyterian) on Hell. Continue reading
or A Particular Account of the happy, and yet thrice unhappy, state of the Souls there.
By Etienne Binet
This Catholic work by the priest Binet, is set up in 6 sections called surveys, where he examines different aspects of purgatory from a Catholic view. (1) the suffering of souls in purgatory. (2) A study of paradise (as part of purgatory). (3) What should be our love towards the souls in purgatory. (4) Our moral obligation to pray them out of purgatory. (5) A defense for prayers for the dead. (6) 12 means to prevent purgatory and shorten our stay there. Continue reading
Adams Endless Punishment is a defense of Scripturalness of Eternal Punishment. Basically the Universalists deny that a loving God would allow anybody to be punished eternally. This treatise attacks the Universalist position.
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The Christian Hell
from the First to the Twentieth Century
by Bonner, Hypatia Bradlaugh (1858-1935)
I am including this work from Mrs. Bonner (a feminist and atheist), because she outlines the secular history of the concept of hell. Obviously she will not give us a fair shake on the Bible’s presentation of the subject, but she will educate us on secular man’s view of hell. She has added probably 30 woodcuts from ancient times depicting what they imagined hell would be like.