We are in a silver age of Universalist Christian writing: new works and reprints, for popular and academic readers and from across the confessional spectrum. I'll be posting book notices, partly to spread the word and partly to keep a record for myself. (I sometimes forget where I see books.)
Here are two that came on the radar:
- Weighing in at 1376 pages, in two volumes, we have
Michael J. McClymond's The Devil's Redemption: A New History and Interpretation of Christian Universalism (2018). Of the two, the second volume looks more interesting to me; the first chapter's themes being well traveled. I'll look for critical reviews, as I'm always suspicious of proffered praise for books.
- The newly-published Hope for the Lost: The Case for Evangelical Universalism, written by William Brennan, the manager of biblicaluniversalism.org. It appears to be a general theology. You would order it from the website, but I couldn't tell how much it would cost.
With this article, I open the category Universalist literature.