By Gregory MacDonald
Universalism runs like a narrow thread in the course of the background of Christian theology. Over the centuries Christian universalism, in a single shape or one other, has been reinvented time and time back. during this publication a global staff of students discover the varied universalisms of Christian thinkers from the Origen to Moltmann. within the creation Gregory MacDonald argues that theologies of common salvation occupy an area among heresy and dogma. The stories during this assortment objective, within the first example, to listen to, comprehend, and clarify the eschatological claims of a number Christians from the 3rd to the twenty-first centuries. additionally they provide a few positive, serious engagement with these claims
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'All shall be well' : explorations in Universalism and Christian theology from Origen to Moltmann by Gregory MacDonald