Many worthy writers, from Tyndale onwards, have expressed their profound dissatisfaction with traditional orthodox ideas concerning "the immortality of the soul" and "the external torment of the wicked".
Such Platonic and pagan views were imbibed into Catholicism yet despite the reasoned statements and forthright confessions of a wide range of writers over many centuries since, those Catholic views are still firmly entrenched in the minds of the rank and file of Christian people today.
The author here presents a clear and concise view of the subject, explained disputed texts, and directing the interested reader to more substantial words on this most important subject.
|Book / Booklet|
|Target Audience||People who like to study the Bible in depth|
|Date of Publication||1995|