The biblical teaching in favour of conditionalism [i.e. annihilationism] is as clear as anything else Scripture teaches, including those doctrines Jerry lists. It’s clearer than the deity of Christ, although the Bible does, in the final analysis, teach that Jesus is divine…Some careful cases against the Trinity or the deity of Christ, for example, are frankly better than some pop apologetics arguments for those doctrines, even though on balance we should certainly think those doctrines are biblical [emphasis mine].
It's striking to see that Glenn Peoples is far more confident about the Biblical witness to annihilationism than the Biblical witness to the deity of Christ. Not only is his impression fanatically skewed, but it shows you how precarious his commitment to Christianity ultimately is.
As say this as someone who's already done 90 posts in response to anti-Trinitarian Dale Tuggy.