Theology of Universalism: Being an Exposition of Its Doctrines and Teachings, in Their Logical and Moral Relations; Including a Criticism of the Texts, Cited in Proof of the Trinity, Vicarious Atonement, Natural Depravity, a General Judgment and Endl

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Fir: It embodies in one volume the views of the denomina tion on all the leading doctrines of Christian Theology, and an exposition of the more important words and phrases supposed to con?ict with these views. It thus furnishes a comprehensive answer, within reach of all, to the question What is Universal ism 2 And it is to be hoped that the answer to it is in such form as to meet the wants of all classes of readers, and to command respectful attention from the Theologian and the Scholar.

Second: It aims to show that Universalism is not a confused collection of doctrinal fragments, without continuity or relation of parts; but a system of divinity, a tree of life rooted in the character and perfections of Deity, and growing up naturally in to trunk and branches, putting forth leaves, and buds, and blos soms, and finally producing the ripe fruit of a Christian life. And as the Divine character and perfections constitute the foundation of the entire argument, and the basis of all theological reasoning, a correspondingly large space has been devoted to this theme.

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Author(s) - Thomas Baldwin Thayer

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Page Count - 432

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