I recently did a little internet search on E. W. Bullinger. I have his book Figures of Speech Used in the Bible, but I don't think I have any others. I found out EWB worked with the Trinitarian Bible Society for many years (1867-1913), that he was an ultra-dispensationalist, and that "Bullinger also taught a form of annihilationism" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._W._Bullinger). I noticed that the tentmaker.org website also promotes something they call "Christian universalism" which is apparently similar to E. W. Bullinger's doctrine regarding the eternal state(s). I have no doubt that "Christian universalism" is unbiblical and dangerous theology. Just this morning I was reading a biography of J. Sidlow Baxter (J. Sidlow Baxter: A Heart Awake by E. A. Johnston, Baker Books, 2005). On p. 188 the biographer talks about Baxter's 1987 book The Other Side of Death. I quote, "In it he cries out against the "soul sleep theory" espoused by E. W. Bullinger." Of course, there are things I heartily disagree with in Baxter's writings and practice, too (e. g. gap theory), but I thought I'd mention this. I found this review of ultra-dispensationalism useful: http://www.wayoflife.org/fbns/bewareof-hyperdisp.html. Only recently did I learn anything about J. Sidlow Baxter, so I found the review of his Explore the Book in this article interesting since the article points out some of Baxter's theological positions: http://www.wayoflife.org/fbns/bible-commentaries.html.