Category Archives: Annihilation

The dignity and worth of human beings

Viktor Frankl endured three years of anguish in the Auschwitz concentration camp. After his rescue, he became a professor of Psychiatry and Neurology in the University of Vienna. Frankl recounted his horrific experiences and some lessons to be learned in his book, … Continue reading

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Hell — eternal in consequence or duration?

“Does hell exist? If so, who ends up there, and why?” These questions are the focus of the film “Hellbound?” (to be released this fall). “Featuring an eclectic group of authors, theologians, pastors, social commentators and musicians, “Hellbound?” is a … Continue reading

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Eternal punishing or annihilation?

  The ultimate destiny of those who reject God’s offer of salvation is a place the Bible calls hell. Some of the most terrifying content in Scripture is what it says about hell. With vivid imagery, the Bible describes it … Continue reading

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