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Oral debate on the doctrines of universal salvation and endless punishment
|Statement||reported ... by G.P. Ure.|
|Contributions||Harris, G. P., fl. 1853, Lavell, J. R., Ure, G. P. d. 1860.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
The Christian Doctrine of Universal Salvation, or Universal Reconciliation, states that all people, no matter how evil they may be, are created by God; and that God the Father, acting through His Son, Jesus Christ, will eventually bring all people back to Himself and into . An Oral Debate on the Coming of the Son of Man, Endless Punishment, and Universal Salvation: Held in Milton, Ind;, Oct; 26, 27, (Classic Reprint) Starting at $ A discussion on universal salvation and future punishment.
Whenever I speak of Universal Salvation I'm often accused of dreaming it up. Most agree that would be nice but is wishful thinking. They will point out that the bible clearly teaches that God imposes eternal punishment on non-believers. But is that true? The most popular bible . The Doctrine of Purgatory wasn’t necessitated to soften the horror of Hell. Purgatory was expounded upon because of its existence. Hell and Heaven will last for eternity. To get rid of Hell or teach Universal Salvation tears at the heart of many other Doctrines namely mortal sin, natural and moral law and the Crucifixion.
In Epiphanius' book against heresies, This means, no less, that the aforementioned doctrine of Universal Salvation may be said to have prevailed all over Christendom, East and West, among "orthodox" and heterodox alike during the first four hundred years A.D. "The doctrine of endless punishment assumed in the writings of Augustine a. The punishment of the un-believing and persecuting Jews must follow the coming of the Lord; and this is one leading object of the book to illustrate and confirm.” – Prof. Stuart
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26, 27, Erasmus Manford Tompkins, - Future punishment. Get this from a library. Oral debate on the doctrines of universal salvation and endless punishment: held in Chestnut Grove, Township of Pelham, C.W., on June 7th and 8th,between Rev.
G.P. Harris, Methodist, and Rev. J.R. Lavell, Universalist. [G P Harris; G P Ure; J R Lavell]. Oral debate on the doctrines of universal salvation and endless punishment, held in Chestnut Grove, Township of Pelham, C.W., on June 7th and 8th,between Rev. Oral debate on the doctrines of universal salvation and endless punishment [electronic resource]: held in Chestnut Grove, Township of Pelham, C.
W., on June 7th and. Oral debate on the doctrines of universal salvation and endless punishment, held in Pelham on June 7 and 8,between G.P.
Harris and J.R. Lavell. By G. Harris, d. John Wesley Hanson D.D. (–) was an American Universalist minister and a notable Universalist historian advancing the claim that Universalism was the belief of early Christianity.
He was born at Boston. He is also notable for his eyewitness accounts of his time as chaplain to one of the Unattached Companies Massachusetts Volunteer Militia during the American Civil War and for. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
A Debate on the Doctrines of Atonement, Universal Salvation, and Endless Punishment Universal Salvation, and Endless Punishment by David Holmes, John Mather Austin.
In Christian theology, universal reconciliation (also called universal salvation, Christian universalism, or in context simply universalism) is the doctrine that all sinful and alienated human souls—because of divine love and mercy—will ultimately be reconciled to God.
The doctrine has often been rejected by mainstream Christian religion, which holds to the doctrine of special salvation. Benjamin Franklin and T. Fisher: Debate on Some of the Distinctive Differences Between the Reformers and Baptists () Benjamin Franklin and Joe Hume: A Debate on Total Hereditary Depravity () Benjamin Franklin and Erasmus Manford: Oral Debate on the Coming of the Son of Man, Endless Punishment, and Universal Salvation ().
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Holmes, D. (David), Debate on the doctrines of atonement, universal salvation, and endless punishment. Hart embraces universalism, also known as universal salvation, universal reconciliation, and apokatastasis (Greek for “restoration,” as of all creation in the age to come) — the doctrine.
A Debate on the Doctrines of Atonement, Universal Salvation, and Endless Punishment. by David Holmes, John Mather Austin. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. To examine Universal Salvation during the first years of Christianity, the works of three scholars are indisputably the finest: Hosea Ballou II’s Ancient History of Universalism (), Edward Beecher’s History of Opinions on the Scriptural Doctrine of Retribution (), and John Wesley Hanson’s Universalism, the Prevailing Doctrine.
The Old Forts Taken: Five Lectures on Endless Punishment and Future Life (Boston: Universalist Publishing House, ), by A. Miner (multiple formats at ) An Oral Debate on the Coming of the Son of Man, Endless Punishment, and Universal Salvation, by E.
Manford and B. Franklin (multiple formats at ). Universal Graded Salvation: Indentifying the Many & the All (Art) 4. Universal Graded Salvation: What It Isn't (Art) 5. Universal Graded Salvation: Shabbat Shuvah, Truth (Art) 6. Universalism: The Doctrine of the Church in Its First Years (Book) 7.
Universal Salvation: The Really Good News (Book) 8. [A discussion of this last passage that has come out since I posted this page, and which I find very helpful, is Richard H. Bell’s “Rom and Universal Salvation,” New Testament Studies, Vol. 48 (), pp. Those interested in a better and more careful look at this last passage would do well read Bell’s paper.
have an ORAL DISCUSSION in the Chapel of the Col lege, on Universal Salvation and Endless Punishment, and secured the undersigned as the Disputants. The Discussion was accordingly held, vast numbers listened to it with deep interest, and the following pages contain a report of the Debate.
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Origin of Endless Punishment "When our Lord spoke, the doctrine of unending torment was believed by many of those who listened to his words, and they stated it in terms and employed others, entirely differently, in describing the duration of punishment, from the terms afterward used by those who taught universal salvation and annihilation, and.
As a follow-up to my earlier post on Calvinism—and a partial response to Anglicans Ablaze’s Robin Jordan—I wanted to supply more details on my contention that Calvinism “ is the fastest road to universalism in Christianity.”.
Following is a part of Robert Morey’s Death and the Afterlife, where he discusses and ultimately refutes universalism.The doctrines of The Salvation Army. As set out in Schedule 1 of The Salvation Army Act We believe that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments were given by inspiration of God, and that they only constitute the Divine rule of Christian faith and practice.
We believe that there is only one God, who is infinitely perfect, the Creator, Preserver, and Governor of all things, and who.