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Universal Salvation: Eschatology in the Thought of Gregory of Nyssa and Karl Rahner (Oxford Theological Monographs) Paperback – 7 May 2009


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Well-written and balanced (Journal of Theological Studies, vol.52,no.2)

Throughout Ludlow presents difficult material in a way that is lucid, free of jargon, interesting to the specialist, and accessible to non-specialists. ... the overall effect is a clear, balanced and convincing presentation and exploration of ideas. This is a rich book that will be helpful not only to those interested in eschatology and the issue of universal salvation, but also to anyone wanting to get to grips with either Rahner or Gregory of Nyssa. (Reviews in Religion & Theology)

Judicious and even-handed ... this is competent work. (A. Meredith, Expository Times)

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Dr. Morwenna Ludlow is Lecturer in Patristics at the University of Exeter.

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GREAT READING 27 Sept. 2014
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Excellent book. A must read for those who question Universal Salvation. Fits nicely with my book, The All Mankind Bible Commentary. Ross Marshall
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