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Universalism and “The Devil’s Redemption” and Barth

The Devil’s Redemption: A New History and Interpretation of Christian Universalism Michael McClymond is Professor of Modern Christianity at Saint Louis University. He has published widely on Jonathan Edwards. His book, The Theology of Jonathan Edwards (co-authored with Gerald McDermott) was chosen by Christianity Today in 2012 as the best book in theology/ethics. The following […]



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Universalism and “The Devil’s Redemption” and Barth


Universalism and “The Devil’s Redemption”

The Devil’s Redemption: A New History and Interpretation of Christian Universalism Michael McClymond is Professor of Modern Christianity at Saint Louis University. He has published widely on Jonathan Edwards. His book, The Theology of Jonathan Edwards (co-authored with Gerald McDermott) was chosen by Christianity Today in 2012 as the best book in theology/ethics. [SMcK: this […]



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Universalism and “The Devil’s Redemption”


Saved By The Apocalypse Of Divine Love

Is the Christus victor model of redemption sufficient to explain all the redemption that is needed? Many over the years have asked this about the propitiatory model — will it lead to transformed lives? Or of justification — does it lead to a life of justice? (Tim Keller has often said so.) And now the […]



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Saved By The Apocalypse Of Divine Love