"All Shall Be Well"
Explorations in Universal Salvation and Christian Theology, from Origen to Moltmann
Imprint: Cascade Books
"This is a lively and illuminating collection of essays. Its well-judged blend of theological analysis and historical context makes it accessible to the general reader as well as raising provocative questions for theologians about the place of universalism in Christian tradition. I will certainly use it in my teaching."
Lecturer in Patristics, University of Exeter, UK
"Is universalism the heart of the gospel or an idea concocted by the 'devil' to desensitize human beings to the possibility of eternal damnation? The stakes could not be higher! This volume shows why many of the great theologians in the Christian tradition responded positively to the former question even as their engaging the arguments back-and-forth will equip readers to formulate their own answers to the latter and other associated rationales rejecting the universalist notion. For all booklovers, the riveting theological biographies in chapter after chapter will keep readers tuned in from start to finish to follow the twists and turns that have perennially characterized the quest to understand universal salvation and its implications."
J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology, Regent University, Virginia Beach