On Making the Same Choice Eternally: A Reply to Davis

Sophia 50 (4):693-696 (2011)
In this brief reply to Stephen Davis, I argue that Davis’s separationist position, wherein those who remain eternally apart from God do so by choice, is internally contradictory in that it leads to universalism
Keywords Universalism  Separationism  Hell  Subjective Probability
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DOI 10.1007/s11841-011-0244-6
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