2 edition of An examination of the doctrine of future retribution found in the catalog.
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Scriptural Proofs That Jesus Christ is the Savior of All and Reasons For Believing In The Final Salvation of All Mankind (#) by Thomas Whitemore & Erasmus Manford. This reprint of two historical works from the ninetieth century examines Scripture passages taking the reader through a logical train of thought proving universal reconciliation. pp. ISBN: . The logic of retribution theology starts on a strong note: Bad deeds (like drug abuse) have natural, painful consequences, and they can be addicting. Good deeds bring sweeter rewards than bad deeds ever could. The logic becomes problematic and even laughable when it .
PART VIII. ESCHATOLOGY, OR THE DOCTRINE OF FINAL THINGS. Neither the individual Christian character, nor the Christian church as a whole, attains its destined perfection in this life (Rom. 8: 24). This perfection is reached in the world to come (1 Cor. 10). Examination of the Doctrine of a Future Retribution (#) by Hosea Ballou (). Ballou showed himself to be the principal American expositor of Universalism of his day with the release of this work in Facsimile. Paperback. Pages. $
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Excerpt from An Examination of the Doctrine of Future Retribution: On the Principles of Morals, Analogy and the Scriptures The first part of the work, which treats the general subject on moral principles, and on principles of anal ogy, was never before published, nor.
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Free shipping for many products. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Retribution theology is thus an overly simplistic interpretation of life events that makes assumptions about God’s intentions.
The Bible certainly teaches the concept of sowing and reaping (Galatians ). An examination of the doctrine of future retribution by Ballou, Hosea, Publication date Topics Future punishment, Universalism Publisher Boston, The Trumpet office Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor The Library of CongressPages: The question how far, if at all, what is regarded as the Christian doctrine of the future life and of retribution has been derived from the system of Zoroaster cannot be satisfactorily answered except by a thorough study of that system, and for this the materials and aids are more satisfactory and abundant than they ever have been before.
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This book was created using print-on-demand technology. In a nutshell, they believe in the “doctrine of divine retribution.” Divine retribution is the idea that God will return vengeance or justice for wrong-doing.
In short, God punishes sin. In simplistic terms, the divine retribution sees all negative situations as God’s punishment, and all positive situations as God’s blessings. If seen. For they will soon fade like the grass, and wither like the green herb.” The final answer to this apparent contradiction to the doctrine of retribution, however, comes in the NT, which places its stress on retribution in the world to come.
III. Retribution in this life. Old Testament emphasis. The OT emphasizes the fact of retribution in. The apostle Jude, citing perhaps the apocryphal book of Enoch, nevertheless only signifies what was the consenting voice of ages, that from the earliest times God has announced by His prophets 'retribution for the sins of time in a state still future.' 'Behold the Lord cometh with ten thousand of His saints to execute judgment upon all' (ver.
14). THE BOOK OF ECCLESIASTES EXPLAINED. BY JAMES M. MACDONALD, D.D., PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY. It is not the Expectation of living that makes Men infer the Reasonableness or Necessity of a Judgment, but the reasonableness and natural Expectation of Judgment which makes them infer the Necessity and Reality of a future Life.—SHERLOCK’S SERMONS, vol.
Author of A treatise on atonement, A series of lecture sermons, The Universalist hymn-book, A voice to Universalists, An examination of the doctrine of future retribution, on the principles of morals, analogy and the Scriptures, The child's scriptural catechism, A collection of Psalms and hymns for the use of Universalist societies and families, Commendation and reproof of Unitarians.
An Examination of the Doctrine of Future Retribution, on the Principles of Morals, Analogy and the Scriptures (Boston: Published at the Trumpet office, ), by Hosea Ballou (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Annihilationism -- Controversial literature.
EARLY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES AND RETRIBUTION. that the doctrine of future universal restoration was entirely confined to that school. He does not say how many other schools there were, nor what course these dissenting or opposed schools took, when, in a school so prominent and influential as that of Alexandria, a doctrine was promulgated.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Hosea Ballou (Ballou, Hosea, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Ballou, Hosea, An Examination of the Doctrine of Future Retribution, on the Principles of Morals, Analogy and the Scriptures (Boston: Published at the Trumpet office, ) (multiple formats at ) Ballou, Hosea, A.
Ballou’s Notes on the Parables of the New Testament (, revised ) and An Examination of the Doctrine of Future Retribution () were also influential in their time. A Voice to Universalists (), Ballou’s last major work, is a collection including a valedictory address, miscellaneous essays, a few sermons, and some poetry.
In this study of the doctrine of future retribution, George W. King presents the scriptural view of the doctrine while critiquing various objections against it. He examines the eternity of punishment, the objections of Restorationists, the New Testament terminology respecting future retribution, the nature and necessity of future punishment.The doctrine of the Pythagoreans that the essence of justice (conceived as equal retribution) was a square number, indicates a serious attempt to extend to the region of conduct their mathematical view of the universe; and the same may be said of their classification of good with unity, straightness and the like, and of evil with the opposite.
In the book of Job, God’s view and use of the retribution principle has other purposes than punishment. It is used to bring glory to himself by using the example of Jobs suffering as a picture of our need of a Redeemer, Jesus.
The picture of the retribution principle by Job’s suffering is a complex view of the salvation of God.