Does the parable of the rich man and Lazarus from Luke 16:19-31 teach eternal conscious torment? Does it teach anything about hell at all? I explore the context and the main point of the parable and as far as I can see, it says very little about God's judgement after resurrection (i.e. Hell).
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Joseph Dear of Rethinking Hell writes more in the link in the description: http://rethinkinghell.com/2016/06/25/introduction-to-evangelical-conditionalism-luke-1619-31-the-rich-man-and-lazarus/.
If you are inclined to think the parable should be taken literally, then there is a good and challenging read by Roger Harper, an Anglican vicar and Canon, here: http://rethinkinghell.com/2019/05/03/a-place-for-torment-in-conditionalism/
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