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Varieties of Christian Universalism

Exploring Four Views
  • By David W. Congdon
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Christian universalism has become the subject of fierce debate in recent years. Numerous works have been published on the topic, making it difficult for readers to grasp different possible approaches. While universal salvation is often dismissed as a single idea--that God saves all people--this oversimplification masks the variety of theologies that reach this conclusion in ways that are not always theologically compatible. Christian universalism is actually an umbrella of different theological interpretations of the idea that all people will be saved.

In this book, leading experts on universal salvation--David W. Congdon, Tom Greggs, Morwenna Ludlow, and Robin A. Parry--provide a concise map of four major approaches: patristic, evangelical, post-Barthian, and existential. The contributors, who have each written extensively on Christian universalism, highlight distinct approaches that emphasize different theological values. The book will be useful as a textbook for students of theology, especially those training for ministry.
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    • SKU: 9780801095764
    • Manufacturer: BAKER ACADEMIC
    • ISBN 13: 9780801095764
    • Publication Date: 11/07/2023
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: David W. Congdon

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