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The Case for Universal Redemption Briefly Stated : Greater Hope for the Restoration of All Things: Greater Hope for the Restoration of All Things

By Favager, David, James, Dr.

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Title: The Case for Universal Redemption Briefly Stated : Greater Hope for the Restoration of All Things: Greater Hope for the Restoration of All Things  
Author: Favager, David, James, Dr.
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, Hell
Collections: Authors Community, Christianity
Historic
Publication Date:
2018
Publisher: DJFPublishing
Member Page: David Favager

Description
Most modern Christians will have parents, wives, children, friends or other relations who are not believers, either because of indifference or adherence to another faith or even hostility to religion in general. If traditional ‘damnationist’ theology (theology that asserts the ever-lasting punishment of the damned, also known as ‘eternal conscious torment or ‘ETC’)) is correct all these loved ones will be eternally lost and will suffer the torments of Hell, separated from the love of God for ever. Fortunately there are good (Biblical and non-Biblical) grounds to believe that damnationism is not only repugnant but actually unscriptural.

Summary
The case against the doctrine of eternal damnation is examined and rejected in favour of the hope of universal restoration.

Excerpt
The only viable theology of redemption is therefore Universalism. It cannot resolve all the theological problems that face ethical monotheists but it does offer a far more promising basis for attempting to do so and renders some of the difficulties considerably less pressing. Given the utter inadequacy of its rivals – inadequacy on both the moral and intellectual level - we can enter its portals with faith and confident hope.

Table of Contents
The Case for Universal Redemption Briefly Stated • The Horrific Claims of Damnationist Christianity p2 • Biblical Support for Universalism p6 • Damnationist Proof Texts p14 • Damnationism makes God a Moral Monster p16 • Damnationism Denies God’s Omnipotence p21 • Damnationism Denies the Efficacy of the Cross p24 • The Pharisaic Motivation of Damnationism p27 • A Non-Scriptural Case for Universal Redemption p29 • The Damnable Doctrine of Damnationism or the Blessed Hope of Universalism? p35 • The Pillars of Universalism and Damnationism p41 • Summary p44 • Bibliography p45 Hell to Pay? Summary • Introduction Chapter Summary p56 • The First Pillar: Scripture Chapter Summary p58 • The Second Pillar: Morality Chapter Summary p60 • The Third Pillar: Atonement Chapter Summary p63 • The Fourth Pillar: Theodicy Chapter Summary p65 • Conclusion Chapter Summary p67 • Appendix 1: Universalist Professions p69 • Appendix 5: Summary of the Case for Universalism p72

 

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