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Published by Universalist Pub. House in Boston .
Written in English

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  • Universalism.

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Statementby Norris C. Hodgdon.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9941 .H6
The Physical Object
Pagination432 p. ;
Number of Pages432
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18861166M
ISBN 100524031592

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A Denominational Offering from the Literature of Universalism: In Twelve Parts A Denominational Offering from the Literature of Universalism: In Twelve Parts by Norris C Hodgdon. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and Pages: Denominational offering from the literature of Universalism. Boston: Universalist Pub. House, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Norris C Hodgdon. Christian Universalism: God’s Good News For All People by Eric Stetson (, Sparkling Bay Books. pages — print) Founder of the Christian Universalist Association, Eric wrote this short introduction to Christian Universalism for a general audience.   As I argue in the book, universalism is the opiate of the theologians. It’s the way we would want the world to be. Some imagine that a more loving and less judgmental church would be better.

  I finished G.K. Beale's The Book of Revelation: A Commentary on the Greek Text. There are many things that I can discuss in my final post (for the time being) on this book, but I want to focus on universalism, the idea that all people will be saved. Beale does not agree with the universalist. Origen of Alexandria and Universalism May 5, Is it true that most of the early "Christian" schools in the first several centuries taught universal salvation? I don't believe in universal salvation, but how could so many schools claiming to be Christian believe in that? It just doesn`t make sense to me. This concept of Universalism has a long, rich history as a Christian belief. This understanding of Christian Universalism dates back to the time of Jesus, the Apostles, and the early leaders of the Church. As recently as the s and early s, there was a major Christian denomination (the Universalist Church of America) based on the. 2. Review of Literature The notion of universality is based on the assumption that there are “irreducible features of human life and experience that exist beyond the constitutive effects of local cultural conditions”. (Ashcroft: ). The concept of a universal human being can be traced to the movement of western humanism.

Christian universalism is a school of Christian theology focused around the doctrine of universal reconciliation – the view that all human beings will ultimately be saved and restored to a right relationship with God. Christian universalism and the belief or hope in the universal reconciliation through Christ can even be understood as synonyms.. The term Christian universalism was used in. Universalism, belief in the salvation of all souls. Although Universalism has appeared at various times in Christian history, most notably in the works of Origen of Alexandria in the 3rd century, as an organized movement it had its beginnings in the United States in the middle of the 18th century. The Enlightenment was responsible for mitigating the sterner aspects of Calvinistic theology and.   That’s the recent book he wrote saying that basically, That All Shall Be Saved, heaven, Hell and Universal Salvation, and there’s a great review of it on the Gospel Coalition website, this is a Protestant website, by Michael McClymond, and McClymond actually written a really big treatment of the history of universalism in the church. Universalism: A Biblical and Theological Critique Rick Wade Introduction 1 In the spring of , Pastor Rob Bell’s book Love Wins hit the book stores, but the furor over the book started even before that. The charge was heresy: Bell appeared to be teaching Universalism, .