Explores the concept of eternal punishment in Paul's epistles, focusing on three major passages. Moo covers similar territory better in Hell on Trial.
It would be fair to say that more than any other evangelical author, Peterson has been the bastion of traditional doctrine of hell in recent times and the most vocal critic of annihilationism.
John Stott has commented that "it would seem strange, therefore, if people who are said to suffer destruction are not in fact destroyed."
Responding to the claim that the text teaches eternal torment, Fudge commented, "[I]t is an 'everlasting' contempt, because the state is irreversible."