Podcast: How Have Your Views on Hell Changed Since Writing Satan and the Problem of Evil?

Greg travels down memory lane and considers hell and annihilationism. Has his views changed? Will he stand his ground? Will he confess to being wrong? Find out in this thrilling, short adventure episode!

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