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The Indictment Of Eternal Torment, The Self-negation Of A Monstrous Doctrine
E. D. Slough
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Chapter 1: Language
Chapter 2: Natural Immortality
Chapter 3: Scriptural Immortality
Chapter 4: Death
Chapter 5: The Resurrection
Chapter 6: Paradise
Chapter 7: Punishment—Judgment—Justice
Chapter 8: Destruction
Chapter 9: The Rich Man And Lazarus
Chapter 10: Review of Campbell
Chapter 11: Review of Nichols and Denny
Chapter 12: Chain of Absurdities
Appendix by William Robert West, WHAT ABOUT ENOCH AND ELIJAH?
A NEW FOREWORD
By William Robert West
E. D. Slough was the preacher at the church of Christ; Terre Haute,
Indiana in 1914 when, “The Indictment Of Eternal Torment, The Self-
negation Of A Monstrous Doctrine” was printed. It has long been out of
print and used copies are hard to find. It is now in pubic domain and can
be printed by anyone.
His book is ever bit as good as “The Fire That Consumes” by Edward
Fudge, but it did not receive much circulation. Brother Fudge believes
there is a Hell and all the lost will be in it, but believes it will be a short
Hell that will end with the death of those that has been in Hell for a
while, and they will be tormented by God for as long as they are in Hell.
The fate of those not in Christ according to:
According to Slough
Death – Resurrection – Judgment – Second death
According to Fudge
Death – Resurrection – Judgment – Hell – Second death
During the Judgment there most likely will be fear and regret when
the lost see what they have lost by not being a Christian. Fudge then
adds a place between the Judgment and the second death that is not in
the Bible, names it “Hell” and says God will torment the lost, some with
more torment, some with less torment before the second death.
This is an excellent book.