When Bass informed SBU’s administration about his concerns that the college of theology an ministry was doctrinally unstable, they reportedly demanded that he turn over his personal diary of notes supporting his claims, under threat of dismissal.
An Audio recording from a university forum reveals that some of the college’s faculty have dismissed the understanding of Hell as a place of eternal torment and instead promote annihilationism, the view that the wicked will cease to exist. It also reveals an endorsement of “inclusivism,” the notion that salvation can be found apart from Christ, and credence to purgatory, an after-death process of salvation.
Bass turned over his notes, and when those who were accused were confronted they either denied or reframed their views and he was fired.
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