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All Shall Be Well: Explorations in Universal Salvation and Christian Theology, from Origen to Moltmann Paperback – January 1, 2011
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‘Readily accessible to the general reader, this engaging and informative collection will be of great value to students of theology and religious history.’ (Studies in Spirituality 1900-01-00)
"...The belief that all will ultimately end up in the presence of God and hell will be empty has been a minority position in the Christian tradition, and it is probably true that most Christians have considered such a belief to be non-orthodox. As this book demonstrates, however, there have always been Christian voices supporting it; to listen and understand those voices is the goal of this volume. [...] Eschatology is a fascinating theological discipline; it is also quite demanding. It gives one the opportunity to synthesize the insights from the theology of creation, anthropology, theology of God, and salvation, among others. The authors of the essays in this volume demonstrate their expertise on the views of the theologians they present; their expositions provide the reader with the basic rationale for the universalist position each thinker advocated. [...] All Shall Be Well is a commendable contribution to the study of apokatastasis..." (Martin Madar Heythrop Journal 1900-01-00)
“The thorough bibliographical material is very helpful for those wanting to investigate the work of particular theologians more extensively.” (Mark Smith Churchman) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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