Every Knee Should Bow: Biblical Rationales for Universal Salvation in Early Christian Thought (Paperback)
  • Every Knee Should Bow: Biblical Rationales for Universal Salvation in Early Christian Thought (Paperback)

Every Knee Should Bow: Biblical Rationales for Universal Salvation in Early Christian Thought (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 15/11/2003
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In Every Knee Should Bow, Steven Harmon explores the manner in which Clement of Alexandria (ca. 160-215 C.E.), Origen (ca. 185-ca. 251 C.E.), and Gregory of Nyssa (331/340-ca. 395 C.E.) appealed to Scripture in developing rationales for their concepts of apokatastasis, the hope that all rational creatures will ultimately be reconciled to God. Harmon argues that these patristic universalists maintained their hope for "a wideness in God's mercy" primarily because they believed this hope was the most coherent reading of the biblical story.

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761827191

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