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Tag Archives: Robin Parry
And finally… notes from the fourth and last talk at the one-day Spurgeon’s conference on universalism, given by Spurgeon’s principal Nigel Wright: German Protestant theologian Jürgen Moltmann (born 1926) is a clear universalist. In his 1996 book The Coming of … Continue reading
Returning to universalism after a short break… the title of this post was that of Derek Tidball’s response to Robin Parry at last month’s Spurgeon’s conference. Derek was responding to Robin’s book rather than to his presentation. What follows is my … Continue reading
So as mentioned in the previous post this was the overall title of an excellent one-day conference at Spurgeon’s College on 3 February. I’m going to try and write up my notes from some of the day’s talks, so here’s … Continue reading
Sadly this is not my own title, but that of Robin Parry’s excellent opening presentation at yesterday’s conference Is Universalism an Evangelical Option? at Spurgeon’s College. I’m afraid this isn’t really a proper post, though disappointingly it’s not a very … Continue reading