The Case For Faith - Objection #6– Objection #7 Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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In Objection #6: A Loving God Would Never Torture People in Hell, Strobel presented the argument that it seemed unjust to punish all those who step out of line with God in Hell forever, no matter the proportionality of the crime. To address this argument, Strobel met with J.P. Moreland, PhD, a professor and writer at the Talbot School of Theology and author of the book Beyond Death: Exploring the Evidence for Immortality. Moreland explained that sometimes hard truths can be unpleasant to communicate to others and that Hell and morality were independent of the feelings people have about them.

Moreland explained that God did not torture people in Hell, but that Hell is separation from God. Moreland also explained that Hell is both punishment and the result of human choices, and was not part of God’s original creation: it was something...

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