Pacifist and annihilationist Preston Sprinkle has hosted Chris Date's case for annihilationism:
Having discussed annihilationist prooftexts for the "destruction" of the wicked on various occasions, I won't repeat myself here.
Instead, I'd like to note that Date's case suffers from a central fallacy. His argument is vitiated by equivocation because he defines biological "death" as equivalent to oblivion. Conversely, "life" is equivalent to biological life or revivification.
Problem is, that only follows if physicalism is true. That only follows on the tendentious assumption that humans are merely a collection of particles.
If, however, humans are embodied minds, if minds are essentially incorporeal, then brain death does not entail the extinction of consciousness or personality.
To make his case, therefore, Date needs to disprove substance dualism. He needs to refute empirical and philosophical evidence for the ontological independence of the mind in relation to the body, viz. the hard problem of consciousness, psi, apparitional evidence, veridical NDEs, veridical OBEs, terminal lucidity, John Lorber's hydrocephalic patients.