Dare We Hope: "that All Men be Saved"? ; With, A Short Discourse on Hell

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Ignatius Press, Jan 1, 1988 - Religion - 254 pages
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Includes criticism and interpretation of the views of the New Testament, Origen, Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, and Maurice Blondel on Hell, salvation, and damnation.
 

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The premise of this book is fairly simple and plain and yet as with all things Balthasar it remains incredibly dense. Here are two quotes that capture a sense of what is being purported. "... love ... Read full review

Contents

1 THE ISSUE AND THE CHARGE
2 THE NEW TESTAMENT
3 ORIGEN AND AUGUSTINE
4 THOMAS AQUINAS
5 THE PERSONAL CHARACTER
6 TESTIMONIES
7 BLONDELS DILEMMA
8 THE ETERNITY OF HELL
1 ON THE SITUATION
2 CHRISTIAN FAITH
3 THE DIRECTIVES OF SCRIPTURE
4 HELL FOR OTHERS
5 JOY OVER DAMNATION
6 ACCURSED AND CUT OFFFROM CHRISTFOR THE SAKE OF MY BRETHREN
7 THE OBLIGATIONTO HOPE FOR ALL
EPILOGUE

9 THE SELFCONSUMPTION OF EVIL?
10 SATAN
11 JUSTICE AND MERCY
A SHORT DISCOURSE ON HELL
1 DEFINITION AND CONTEXT
2 POSSIBLE RESPONSES
Notes
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