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The Hermeneutics of Perdition: When Hell Trumps Gospel

In his article “Christian Universalism: Will Everyone Finally Be Saved?” Fr Lawrence Farley invites us to examine Scripture closely, in the confidence that if we do so, we will see that the hope of final reconciliation is false—so perspicuous is … Continue reading

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The Hermeneutics of Perdition: When Hell Trumps Gospel

(This article has been revised and republished under the same title on 29 November 2021) In his article “Christian Universalism: Will Everyone Finally Be Saved?” Fr Lawrence Farley invites us to examine Scripture closely, in the confidence that if we … Continue reading

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Thomas Talbott: The Inescapable Love of God (part 9)

3) “The free will theist’s understanding of hell is, in any case, utterly inconsistent with the New Testament teaching about hell” (The Inescapable Love of God, p. 171). God does not damn, we damn ourselves; God does not cease to … Continue reading

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