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David Congdon: The God Who Saves – A Dogmatic Sketch

“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 salvation, one that is postmetaphysical, existential, and hermeneutically critical. The result is a constructive account of soteriology that … Continue reading David Congdon: The God Who Saves – A Dogmatic Sketch