Conditional Immortality makes the most sense

 From theway21stcentury.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/hell-and-rob-bell/

The middle view, often called ‘conditional immortality’, seems to me to make most sense of the Biblical evidence. In particular, it recognises that Jesus spoke of ‘destruction’ (which implies an end), and that ‘eternal’ means ‘in the age to come’, not ‘unending’. It is more realistic than universalism and more compassionate than the traditional view.

I agree! 

We have a couple of new polls that you could fill out on Conditional Immortality and can I commend you an article from our latest magazine : Hell is Permanent by Rev. Jefferson Vann.

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