David Bentley Hart: That All Shall be Saved

David Bentley Hart: That All Shall be Saved

Orthodox theologian and philosopher David Bentley Hart's book on universal salvation is arguably the most talked-about book on the subject for years. For anyone interested in the topic, this is a must read ...
James Relly: The Great Salvation Contemplated

James Relly: The Great Salvation Contemplated

James Relly (1722–1778) was a Welshman, Methodist minister and Universalist theologian. Relly's theology is among the most radical examples of Christian universalism ...
Ilaria Ramelli: A Larger Hope? Universal Salvation from Christian Beginnings to Julian of Norwich

Ilaria Ramelli: A Larger Hope? Universal Salvation from Christian Beginnings to Julian of Norwich

Ramelli traces the Christian roots of Origen’s teaching on apokatastasis. She argues that he was drawing on texts from Scripture and from various Christians who preceded him, theologians such as Bardaisan, Irenaeus, and Clement. She outlines Origen’s often-misunderstood theology in some detail and then follows the legacy of his Christian ...
Elhanan Winchester: The Gospel Preached by the Apostles

Elhanan Winchester: The Gospel Preached by the Apostles

Mercyuponall.org is happy to announce the first book in the Mercy Upon All booklet series: A new edition of Elhanan Winchester's discourse on particular and general redemption and salvation. 72 pages. Apophasis 2019 ...
A Larger Hope?, Volume 2: Universal Salvation from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century

A Larger Hope?, Volume 2: Universal Salvation from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century

Robin A. Parry and Ilaria Ramelli, A Larger Hope?, Volume 2: Universal Salvation from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century (Cascade Books 2019) ...
David Bentley Hart: The New Testament - a Translation

David Bentley Hart: The New Testament – a Translation

In this new as-literal-as-it-gets translation of the New Testament, Orthodox scholar David Bentley Hart, seeks to remedy this by translating "as if no doctrine were given". The result is a version of the New Testament at odds with great portions of traditional Protestant theology ...
Available now as paperback! The Everlasting Gospel by Georg Klein-Nicolai

Available now as paperback! The Everlasting Gospel by Georg Klein-Nicolai

A new paperback edition of Georg Klein-Nicolai's classic, The Everlasting Gospel, is now available on Amazon.com ...
Karl Barth: The Epistle to the Romans

Karl Barth: The Epistle to the Romans

Karl Barth, The Epistle to the Romans. Translated from the 6th edition by Edwyn C. Hoskyns, Bart., M.A. with a preface to the English edition by the author (1933). "The Church hopes. Well, this is the hope of the Church. There is no other hope. Would that the Church might ...
Christoph Blumhardt: Action in Waiting

Christoph Blumhardt: Action in Waiting

Blumhardt's dialectical point is that only when we are ready to wait for the coming Kingdom of God are we truly able to act in the world here and now. Our religious practices and affiliations do not bring the Kingdom of God a bit closer: A comfortable Christianity will never ...
Jürgen Moltmann: The Crucified God

Jürgen Moltmann: The Crucified God

In his important work, The Crucified God (first released in German in 1972 as Der gekreuzigte Gott. Das Kreuz Christi als Grund und Kritik christlicher Theologie), Moltmann established the crucified Christ as the criterion of all Christian theology: "Whatever can stand before the face of the crucified Christ is true ...
Jacques Ellul: The Judgment of Jonah

Jacques Ellul: The Judgment of Jonah

Jacques Ellul, The Judgment of Jonah (Wipf & Stock 2011) "What is really intimated is the adventure of Jesus. What happens to Jonah happens to Jesus. For Jesus took on him the fulness of man." ...
Jürgen Moltmann: The Coming of God

Jürgen Moltmann: The Coming of God

Jürgen Moltmann (1926-) is a German Reformed theologian and Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at the University of Tübingen. In his book The Coming of God Moltmann deals extensively with Christian eschatology. "True hope must be universal, because its healing future embraces every individual and the whole universe. If we ...
Hans Urs von Balthasar: Dare We Hope That All Men Be Saved? With a Short Discourse on Hell

Hans Urs von Balthasar: Dare We Hope That All Men Be Saved? With a Short Discourse on Hell

Hans Urs von Balthasar: Dare We Hope That All Men Be Saved? With a Short Discourse on Hell (Ignatius Press 2014) In this book Roman Catholic theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar defended what is sometimes called hopeful universalism, i.e. the belief that Christian orthodoxy allows us to hope that all ...
Thomas Talbott: The Inescapable Love of God

Thomas Talbott: The Inescapable Love of God

Thomas Talbott: The Inescapable Love of God (Universal Pub. 1999) “The real mystery is why so many have failed to appreciate the universalism of the New Testament and why so many have tried to explain it away. Paul, for example, speaks eloquently of the triumph of God’s sovereign love; again ...
David Congdon: The God Who Saves - A Dogmatic Sketch

David Congdon: The God Who Saves – A Dogmatic Sketch

David. Congdon: The God Who Saves – A Dogmatic Sketch (Cascade Books 2016) “Christian universalism has been explored in its biblical, philosophical, and historical dimensions. For the first time, The God Who Saves explores it in systematic theological perspective. In doing so it also offers a fresh take on universal ...
Keith DeRose: Universalism and the Bible - The Really Good News

Keith DeRose: Universalism and the Bible – The Really Good News

“Universalism is far from a mere doctrine of barren theology; many, like Paul, find great joy in the belief. [...] For myself, it’s hard to even imagine going back to my earlier way of thinking about God”--Keith DeRose ...
New edition of Thomas Allin's Christ Triumphant

New edition of Thomas Allin’s Christ Triumphant

Thomas Allin: “Christ Triumphant – or Universalism Asserted as the Hope of the Gospel on the Authority of Reason, the Fathers, and Holy Scripture” In 1885 the Irish Anglican priest Thomas Allin (1838-1909) published his now classic “Christ Triumphant – or Universalism Asserted as the Hope of the Gospel on ...
Gerry Beauchemin: Hope Beyond Hell

Gerry Beauchemin: Hope Beyond Hell

"We need to recognize that God integrates both mercy and judgment. This factor is a crucial piece of the puzzle helping us to better understand God‘s plan for all" - Gerry Beauchemin ...
Ilaria Ramelli: The Christian Doctrine of Apokatastasis

Ilaria Ramelli: The Christian Doctrine of Apokatastasis

In this extensive work of scholarly literature Dr. Ilaria Ramelli goes into detail with the classical doctrine of universal restitution (apokatastasis) as it is found from the New Testament until the middle ages ...
Ramelli & Konstan: Terms for Eternity: Aiônios and Aïdios in Classical and Christian Texts

Ramelli & Konstan: Terms for Eternity: Aiônios and Aïdios in Classical and Christian Texts

The words translated "eternal", "eternity" or "forever" in traditional Bible translations do not, in fact, mean eternity or eternal in the sense of endless duration, but "age" or "age-enduring" ...
In the Hands of a Happy God: The "No-Hellers" of Central Appalachia

In the Hands of a Happy God: The "No-Hellers" of Central Appalachia

"Popularly known as the No-Hellers, this small Baptist sub-denomination rejects the notion of an angry God bent on punishment and retribution and instead embraces the concept of a happy God who consigns no one to eternal damnation. This book is the first in-depth study of the PBUs and their beliefs." ...
Tom Greggs: Barth, Origen, and Universal Salvation

Tom Greggs: Barth, Origen, and Universal Salvation

“Salvation is not achieved through a general principle or rule; it is achieved through the very particularity of the Son in whom all humanity is saved.” – Tom Greggs (Lecturer in Christian Theology, University of Chester). From the book description: Tom Greggs: Barth, Origen, and Universal Salvation: Restoring Particularity (Oxford ...
Anthology: "All Shall Be Well"

Anthology: “All Shall Be Well”

"All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well." - Julian of Norwich. In this anthology edited by Gregory MacDonald, a variety of scholars present historical examples of the Christian belief in universal salvation ...
Morwenna Ludlow: Universal Salvation

Morwenna Ludlow: Universal Salvation

Eschatology in the Thought of Gregory of Nyssa and Karl Rahner From the book description: “For nearly two thousand years Paul’s suggestion at the end of 1 Corinthians 15 that God will be ‘all in all’ has appealed to those who hold a ‘wider hope’ that eventually no person will ...
Julie Ferwerda: Raising Hell - Christianity's most controversial doctrine put under fire!

Julie Ferwerda: Raising Hell – Christianity’s most controversial doctrine put under fire!

"Through a very intentional plan that reaches into future ages, I believe the true Gospel is that all people for all time will be willingly and joyfully drawn by the unconditional, irresistible, compelling love of a Father into a relationship with Him through His Son."--Julie Ferwerda ...
Loyal F. Hurley: The Outcome of Infinite Grace

Loyal F. Hurley: The Outcome of Infinite Grace

In this classic Seventh Day Baptist pastor Loyal Hurley explained his views on salvation and eschatology. The book is an easily read, precise exposition of Biblical doctrines on salvation and grace ...
Brad Jersak: Her Gates Will Never Be Shut - Hope, Hell, and the New Jerusalem

Brad Jersak: Her Gates Will Never Be Shut – Hope, Hell, and the New Jerusalem

"Salvation is not a question of "turn or burn." We're burning already, but we don't have to be! Redemption! The life and death of Christ showed us how far God would go to extend forgiveness and invitation. His resurrection marked the death of death and the evacuation of Hades. My ...
Gregory Macdonald: The Evangelical Universalist

Gregory Macdonald: The Evangelical Universalist

“Can an orthodox Christian, committed to the historic faith of the church and the authority of the Bible, be a universalist?” This is just one of many questions dealt with in Gregory MacDonald’s book. Gregory MacDonald enters into discussion with a wide range of topics and theologians from contemporary American ...