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Universalism, the Prevailing Doctrine of the Christian Church During Its First Five Hundred Years: With Authorities and Extracts

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With Authorities And Extracts.
Paperback, 336 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Kessinger Publishing (first published January 1st 1899)
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Charles Watson
This book is an excellent resource that reveals the rich heritage of the greater hope in universal reconciliation during the infancy of Christendom. It is a tough read due to the era in which it was written and due to the direct quotes from Christian's during the first five-hundred years AD. Bravo.
Joel Adams
This is actually one of the first books I read on the topic of Christian Universalism. While it's quite lengthy and sometimes difficult to understand, the overall book is very good. It delves deep into historical Universalism and creates a good foundation for belief. I've always said it's more likely that the Christians who were closer to the time of Christ had it right, than us, 2000 years later almost.

A must read if you're interested in the history of Universalism in the Christian church and h
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Brett
Powerful and revelatory

loved this great book! absolute truth that universalism was the prevailing doctrine in the earliest centuries and the Latin half pagan churches that came later with their corruption and ignorance of the Greek text could not remove it until after the 5th century AD!
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