|Series||Coniectanea biblica -- 31|
|LC Classifications||BS2655.S25 H56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
By examining a rival to Christianity's concept of universal salvation, this book will be valuable to students and scholars of ancient philosophy, patristics, church history, and late antiquity. Preview this book Archbishop Michael Bland Simmons Limited preview - “UNIVERSAL SALVATION?” by Dr. D. W. Ekstrand. Introduction. Printable pdf Version of this Study Universalism is the belief that everyone will ultimately be saved, that all people will eventually end up in heaven. The very idea of men and women living a life of “eternal torment” in hell is simply an irreconcilable doctrine to the. Recommended Books on Universal Salvation: 1. Ed. Robin A. Parry & Christopher H. Partridge, Universal Salvation? The Current Debate (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan: ) 2. Gregory MacDonald, The Evangelical Universalist: The Biblical Hope That God's Love Will Save Us All (SPCK, London: ) 3. Universal Salvation? The Current Debate, ed. Parry and Partridge Paternoster Press, Cumbria, UK and Waynesboro, GA USA, Review by Dr. Bruce A. Gerlach Chair, Division of Performing and Professional Arts, College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, MO. The book Universal Salvation? is quite an unusual collection of essays.
2 – Biblical universalism and universal salvation, then my question is very pertinent since the Bible is NOT a universalist book BUT a particularist one. That’s why I ask you to show me specifically where in the Bible are all those NON-Israelite and/or NON-Adamic people mentioned, and presumably partakers of the assumed universal salvation. A book from the Catholic theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar, Essentially, my argument is that there are well-defined positions of universal salvation and particular salvation, and Balthasar’s. And in another book, Bishop Kallistos Ware admits: “It is heretical to say that all must be saved, for this is to deny free will” (The Orthodox Church, p. ) He admits that the doctrine of universal salvation is a heresy. Yet he continues looking for some way to believe that maybe everyone will be saved anyway. This approach seems neither. You ask if I am “sure.” “Sure” is a big word, but nonetheless I stake my life on the truth of Jesus. I’m sure that I’m wrong about many things, but if I’m sure about anything I want it to be Jesus. The name literally means, “God is Salvation.” I believe that. That means, “Peter and his fallen will is not salvation.”.
V. Passages that seem to say that unbelievers will be raised unto judgment after the day of God’s wrath. Matthew good treasure of the heart. But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account good treasure of the heart. evil treasure bringeth. I. By exploring universal salvation from biblical, philosophical, theological, and historical perspectives, the book helps readers think through the issues more carefully than has been possible with resources previously s: Christian Universal Salvation – THE BIG LIE. , there are proponents of CUS that believe some people will endure a limited period of punishment before going to heaven, such as a state of purgatory (a Roman Catholic Church doctrine). the Book of Revelation uses metaphorical language in its message, but in so doing. His latest book is Furnace of This World; or 36 Observations about Goodness, available from Zero Books. That All Shall Be Saved Heaven, Hell, and Universal Salvation By David Bentley Hart.