Category Archives: David B. Hart

Apokatastasis and the Theodicy Objection

Until the reviews of That All Shall Be Saved started coming in, I never considered theodicy as a possible objection to the greater hope. Roberto De La Noval was the first reviewer to raise the question: If God can be judged … Continue reading

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DBH on Created Spirits and the Possibility of Evil

Almost a year ago (25 September 2020, to be exact), DBH left a comment on EO that has been requoted multiple times on social media. So to make it easier for folks to find the comment, I thought I’d exercise … Continue reading

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DBH and Tony Golsby-Smith on St Gregory of Nyssa (part 2)

Part 2 has dropped!

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New Podcast Interviews with DBH on Universal Salvation

Conversation with David Artman (part 1) Conversation with David Artman (part 2)

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A fascinating interview with DBH

“I think, there’s been such a mythologization of the consensus patrum, the notion that there’s a sort of a Patristic system. And the fathers have been merged into a kind of system, and an infallible system every bit as dogmatically … Continue reading

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The Incredibility of Free Will Defenses of Hell: A Response to Hart’s Fourth Meditation

by Keith DeRose, Ph.D. In certain Christian circles, free will accounts are the go-to defenses of hell—and here I mean defenses of hell on which many humans are forever excluded from heaven. I blame C. S. Lewis, and particularly the … Continue reading

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DBH on St Gregory of Nyssa

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DBH’s Three Arguments for Universal Salvation

Does the speaker, Caleb Smith, accurately represent David Hart’s arguments for universal salvation? I ask because I haven’t watched the video yet. I’m relying on you guys to tell me whether I need to. You know how much I dislike … Continue reading

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