This article reviews what the Lord Jesus taught about hell.
Will this earth be thrown on the scrap heap? This article looks at creation, redemption and consummation, and the relation of this world and the new heaven and earth. The author also discusses the curse on the earth, and the fall of creation and the work of Jesus Christ. Romans 8:18-25 is an important passage in this article.
How should you frame your understanding of hell? This article offers three things to remember: hell is a place, you can be saved from it, and it is more than you realize.
Hell speaks about the reality of God's holiness and justice. Understanding the logic of hell, we are enabled to grasp the immensity of God's love. This has two implications for the church.
The fact that God will reward good works of believers is not contrary to salvation being by grace. This article points to the biblical truth that God will reward good works of believers. It argues that this reward is by grace and is motivated by the sanctifying work of God in the life of the believer.
What makes the New Jerusalem so marvellous? This article shows that it is the presence of God, particularly his life, love, and light.
Is hell real? Hell exists because God is holy.
This article considers why God sends people to hell, and why Christ is the only way to God.
This is the second article in a series on heaven. The fact that Christians are raised with Christ means setting our minds in heaven where Christ is. This article shows that heaven is a glorious place because the Father is there. Heaven is a real place where Christ rules.
This article provides five reasons why ministers should preach on hell.
This article shows that some objections to the doctrine of God sending people to hell rest on the concept of total depravity. If man cannot do good by nature, is it fair to send him to hell? The author answers this question by looking at the relationship between free will and the justice of God, arguing that God is just in sending people to hell.
In this article the author shows that the struggle to accept that God allow people to go to hell is rooted in the refusal of accepting the biblical God. This article shows that man deserves to go to eternal punishment. At the same time, however, in Christ God showed how much He hates hell and gives heaven to those who trust in Christ, although they do not deserve it.
This article examines the teaching of annihilationism, and shows that it is biblically indefensible.
This article addresses a number of pastoral concerns related to the doctrine of hell, such as how we speak about it, the end-time judgment, and how it should make believers bold to proclaim.
What are the myths and the truths concerning the punishment of those in hell? The author answers this question by refuting wrong notions among theologians. Such deceptive notions include the denial that hell will be an ever-burning place, that a loving God would not send people to such an everlasting punishment. The author appeals instead to the teaching of Scripture.
Hell is the destiny of everyone who is not reconciled to God through Jesus Christ. Is hell real? What is it? This article looks at the words used in the Bible to describe hell.