In a follow up to the last episode and discussion on Hell in
this episode we'll take another look at, another, possible theory
on Hell, Annihilationism-though some have called it
We are joined by Dr. John
Stackhouse; he was educated in history and religious studies at
Mount Carmel Bible School at Queen’s University in Ontario, Wheaton
College Graduate School in Illinois, and The University of Chicago
Formerly a professor of European history at Northwestern
College in Iowa, a professor of religion at the University of
Manitoba, and the Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology and
Culture at Regent College (University of British Columbia), he now
serves Crandall University in Moncton, New Brunswick, as the Samuel
J. Mikolaski Professor of Religious Studies and Dean of Faculty
John is the author of ten books, the editor of four more,
serves on the editorial board for Christianity today, and is the
author of over 700 articles, book chapters, and reviews in academic
publications, major newspapers, and magazines. His writings range
over history, sociology, philosophy, theology, ethics, and
comparative religion. He has spoken throughout North America, in
the United Kingdom, and in China, India, Israel, Korea, Malaysia,
Australia, and New Zealand. His commentary on religion and
contemporary culture has been featured by major broadcast and print
media as diverse as The New York Times, The
Atlantic, ABC News, CBC Radio, Time,
and Reader’s Digest.
His new book, Why You're Here: Ethics for the Real World can
be found on
pick it up! The full list of publications
Why You’re Here: Ethics for the Real
World (Oxford University Press, 2017).
Partners in Christ: A Conservative Case for
Egalitarianism (InterVarsity Press, 2015).
Need to Know: Vocation as the Heart of Christian
Epistemology (Oxford University Press,
Making the Best of It: Following Christ in the
Real World (Oxford University Press,
Humble Apologetics: Defending the Faith
Today (Oxford University Press, 2002).
Can God Be Trusted? Faith and the Challenge of
Evil (Oxford University Press, 1998; 2nd edition,
InterVarsity Press, 2009).
Canadian Evangelicalism in the Twentieth Century:
An Introduction to Its Character (University of Toronto
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