"To Him who [earnestly,] remembered us in our low estate and imprinted us[on His heart], for His mercy and loving-kindness endure forever."-Psalms 136:23
The belief that God will not abandon or forsake His beloved creation, that all creation will be reconciled to their creator. Nothing can prevent anyone from being redeemed. God is unwilling that any perish, but is willing to wait for all to come to repentance.
From the earliest days of the church, there have always been three views on what happens to those who die without knowing Christ...damnation, annihilation, and restoration. Patristic Universalism presents scriptural, philosophical, and historical support for the restoration view and demonstrates why it was the model advocated by some of the earliest and greatest church fathers.
Anyone disillusioned with the traditional view that one must get it right in this life or spend eternity in hell will find Patristic Universalism an appealing alternative that remains true to Scripture. One does not need to abandon the Bible as the inerrant and infallible word of God to discover that there might be more to the salvation equation than we've been led to believe. David burnfield author Christian universalism
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