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The Pastoral Implications of the Nature of Hell
Join me on Thursday as I have a conversation with Rev. Canon Ralph Bowles.
***UPCOMING LIVE STREAM THURSDAY 10:30PM GMT+1***
Reverend Canon Ralph G. Bowles is an Anglican Priest in charge in the Nambour Anglican Parish in Queensland. He has been an ordained Anglican minister for nearly 40 years and has served as the senior minister in several churches. He is also a trained coach and has spent over 20 years coaching people both in and out of the church. All this to say, Ralph has a lot of experience with pastoral roles!
Ralph is also a conditionalist and has written one of the best exegetical essays on Revelation 14 highlighting why it is better understood through a conditionalist lens and a sensible hermeneutic. The essay can be found at the link below but is also published in the book, Rethinking Hell: Essays in Evangelical Conditionalism alongside several other essays by various authors and edited by Chris Date. You can find the essay here: https://biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/eq/2001-1_021.pdf
I am looking forward to talking to Ralph about both reading Revelation well, a summary of his interaction with Revelation 14 and 20, but mostly about the pastoral applications of our understanding of Hell.
Watch the conversation live on Thursday 10:30pm GMT+1 here: