Category Archives: David B. Hart

Suffering, Theodicy, and Apokatastasis

“What then, one might well ask, is divine providence?” David Bentley Hart poses this question after pondering upon the evil and suffering of the world in his beautiful little book The Doors of the Sea. In the preceding eighty-one pages Hart compares the … Continue reading

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Impassibility as Transcendence

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Do human beings desire God? Must they?

Is humanity constituted by a natural desire for God? This may seem a recondite question, yet it takes us to the heart of Christian soteriology, sin, perdition, and the universalist hope. If God has so constituted men and women to find … Continue reading

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The Mirror of the Infinite

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David B. Hart on the Universalist Hope

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David B. Hart on the Analogy of Being

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The Face of God

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