"'I believe that endless torment is a hideous and unscriptural doctrine which has been a terrible burden on the mind of the church for many centuries and a terrible blot on her presentation of the gospel. I should indeed be happy if, before I die, I could help in sweeping it away.'....This is an extended treatment of one of the most important but misunderstood elements in Christ's teaching, the doctrine of hell, set in the wider context of New Testament scholarship in the twentieth century. At the same time it is a richly personal account of events and encounters, told by a man conscious of his own limitations and keen to give testimony to the gifts of others." Pp. x/279. Paperback. VG.
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