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"All shall be well"; explorations in Universalism and Christian theology from Origen to Moltmann.

9780227680285

"All shall be well"; explorations in Universalism and Christian theology from Origen to Moltmann.

Ed. by Gregory MacDonald.

James Clarke & Co.

447 pages

$55.00

BX9941

Christian universalism, a minority view among Christians throughout history, holds that God will redeem all people through the saving work of Christ, rather than just those who profess Christianity and contribute generously to the building fund. Here religious scholars and church leaders--some universalists and some agnostics on the issue--explore expressions of the idea from the particularist universalism of third-century origin to the annihilation of hell and the perfection of freedom in the theology of contemporary JA1/4rgen Moltmann. Distributed in North America by The David Brown Book Co. (A[c] Book News, Inc., Portland, OR)

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