The Rational Argument for Endless Punishment

William G. T. Shedd, The Doctrine of Endless Punishment, Chapter 3, The Rational Argument. Annihilationism is Speculative, Not Exegetical. The chief objections to the doctrine of endless punishment are not Biblical but speculative. The great majority of students and exegetes find the tenet in the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures. Davidson, the most learned of English… Read More The Rational Argument for Endless Punishment

Explicit Biblical Teaching on Endless Punishment

William G. T. Shedd, The Doctrine of Endless Punishment, Chapter 2, The Biblical Argument, Part 1. Christ Himself Taught the Doctrine of Endless Punishment. The strongest support of the doctrine of Endless Punishment is the teaching of Christ, the Redeemer of man. Though the doctrine is plainly taught in the Pauline Epistles, and other parts… Read More Explicit Biblical Teaching on Endless Punishment

The Difference Between Justification and Sanctification

Q. 77. Wherein do justification and sanctification differ? A. Although sanctification be inseparably joined with justification, yet they differ, in that God in justification imputeth the righteousness of Christ; in sanctification his Spirit infuseth grace, and enableth to the exercise thereof; in the former, sin is pardoned; in the other, it is subdued; the one… Read More The Difference Between Justification and Sanctification