Packer on the Reality of Hell

As Martin notes, for a time (and perhaps still?) it was fashionable for British evangelicals (and others) to deny the historic Christian doctrine of hell. J. I. Packer responded in 1991 and Martin has posted the audio.

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  • R. Scott Clark
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  1. Very helpful. I note that P.E. Hughes in 88′ and Stott, about the same time, came out in favour of conditional immortality.

    This was an helpful post; it still boggles my mind over his “entanglement” over ECT-equivocations and concessions.

    To Jim’s failure on this, Rome is exactly one ocean in which we “must” fish. Rome is a lying hell-hole and Jim grandly erred by concession that one shouldn’t evangelize Roman communicants.

    Nonetheless, thanks for this.

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