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VINE VOICEon 21 April 2014
My first reaction was that evangelicals ar never universalists. Well this proves that theory wrong!

Even if you disagree and wish to stick with traditional evangelical theology I think that this is a useful book to read through so you are aware of the arguments. You never know it might make you less exclusive in the process!

If you do disagree then this book will help sharpen up your own thoughts, forcing you to work through your own understanding. I have to say that I read it following on from a looking at lot at Brian McLaren's more recent writings and Rob Bell's book 'Love Wins" which suggest universalism might be feasible.

For me I am warming to the idea, thinking of C S LEwis who once wrote questioning how he could be truly happy in a heaven when there were friends of his who were not there?
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