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Redemption All in all – Ray Prinzing

Redemption All in all – Ray Prinzing “Aionian punishment means of the age, or age during. It is a period of time designated by God for the bringing to naught that which is wrong. God will mete out exactly the … Continue reading

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Time and Eternity – A Biblical study – G.T. Stevenson

Time and Eternity – A Biblicakl study – G.T. Stevenson “Many plain direct statements in the sacred scriptures declare that the purpose of God through our Lord Jesus Christ is to bless all humanity and to bring the whole universe … Continue reading

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The Divine Destiny by K. Ross McKay

The Divine Destiny by K. Ross McKay “The great enmity of mankind is but a background to magnify and display the far greater love of our God. Such love is as measureless as it is timeless; a vast portion being … Continue reading

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A Poem – by Soame Jenyns

POEM by Soame Jenyns (eighteenth century)“Oh could mankind but make this truth their guideAnd force the helm from prejudice and pride,Were once these maxims fixed, that God’s our friend,Virtue our good, and happiness our end.How soon must reason o’er the … Continue reading

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The Christian doctrine of happiness – Gotthelf Samuel Steinbart

The Christian doctrine of happiness – Gotthelf Samuel Steinbart“God can never punish any, more than is necessary for his reformation. He cannot mistake in the choice of His means, and must always reach His end. He would appear less lovely if … Continue reading

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The modern history of universalism – Thomas Whittimore

The modern history of universalism – Thomas Whittimore “In his book THOUGHTS ON DIVINE GOODNESS, Ferdinand Oliver Petitpierre taught that men are sinners, and God punishes them with severity; but this severity is dictated by goodness, and all the punishments … Continue reading

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Jung Stilling on “olam” and “aionios”

 Jung Stilling (1740-1817) wrote:“Not a single soul will be lost. They will all – all be saved at last. The Holy Scriptures do not in one instance say the contrary. All the passages wherewith some are essaying to prove the … Continue reading

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Robert Ingersoll – The Great Agnostic wrote …

Robert Ingersoll – The Great Agnostic wrote … “I want to thank the Universalist Church . . . . They at least believe in a God who is a gentleman . . . they believe, at least, in a heavenly … Continue reading

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The unity of the New Testament by John A.D. Mauricq

THE UNITY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT – John A.D. Mauricq“In Romans 5, the justification is co-extensive with the condemnation. Since all share in one, all share in the other. If only a certain portion of the human race had partaken … Continue reading

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A Word to The ‘Elect’ a poem by Anne Bronte

A Word to The ‘Elect’ a poem by Anne Bronte You may rejoice to think yourselves secure; You may be grateful for the gift divine – That grace unsought, which made your black hearts pure, And fits your earth-born souls … Continue reading

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