This is Arendzen’s Catholic work on “eternal punishment” looking at the nature of eternal punishment, comments and teaching in Scripture, Tradition, and reason, and the final chapter is special questions.
A study on Eternal Punishment by unknown author, touching on the topics of Sheol, Hades, Gehenna, Tartarus, the Abyss, Eternity, and persishing, also a rebuttal of Annihilationism, Universalism, Purgatory
Presenting 49 Vital Doctrines of the Scriptures, Abbreviated and Simplified for Popular Use, Including Suggestive Questions on Each Topical and Textual Indices.
Doctrinal Books and Articles by Arthur Pink
Life and Times takes Jesus the Messiah, and examines the New Testament teaching in light of Jewish history and culture
In Eternal Punishment, a work by Brethren author W.W. Fereday, Fereday looks at eternal punishment from the point of how God made man.
What does Scripture say concerning the nature of eternal punishment? Christians who take the Bible seriously believe in the everlasting nature of eternal punishment. However awful it may sound, punishment in hell is without end. The Bible also clearly outlines the characteristics of eternal punishment. – Hugo Bouter