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.




Endless Punishment
by Nehemiah Adams D.D.


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Endless Punishment: The Scriptural Argument For, and Reasonableness of Future Endless Punishment

1878. This book 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.

CONTENTS of Adams Endless Punishment

INTRODUCTORY. 3

I. The Scriptures teach that there is a penalty for disobedience awaiting the finally impenitent. 4

II. Redemption by Christ is represented as having for its object salvation from final perdition. 15

III. The fall of angels, and of man, is a confirmatory proof of future, endless retribution. 24

IV. The terms used with regard to the resurrection of the dead, are proofs of endless retribution. 26

V. The Scriptures teach that the law of God has a curse: — which it has not, if future punishment be disciplinary. 32

VI. The Sentence passed upon the wicked indiscriminately, forbids the idea of discipline in future punishment. 33

VII. The duration of future punishment is expressed in the New Testament by the terms employed to denote absolute eternity. 34

CORRESPONDENCE. 46

ENDLESS PUNISHMENT: SCRIPTURAL ARGUMENT FOR, AND REASONABLENESS OF FUTURE ENDLESS PUNISHMENT.

BY NEHEMIAH ADAMS, D. D.,

INTRODUCTORY. of Adams Endless Punishment

I. The Scriptures teach that there is a penalty for disobedience awaiting the finally impenitent. 4

II. Redemption by Christ is represented as having for its object salvation from final perdition. 15

III. The fall of angels, and of man, is a confirmatory proof of future, endless retribution. 24

IV. The terms used with regard to the resurrection of the dead, are proofs of endless retribution. 26

V. The Scriptures teach that the law of God has a curse: — which it has not, if future punishment be disciplinary. 32

VI. The Sentence passed upon the wicked indiscriminately, forbids the idea of discipline in future punishment. 33

VII. The duration of future punishment is expressed in the New Testament by the terms employed to denote absolute eternity. 34

CORRESPONDENCE. 46

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