Marcionism, Allegorical Exegesis, and the Question of Universal Salvation

by Roberto J. De La Noval The publication of David Bentley Hart’s That All Shall Be Saved has provoked no small amount of controversy since its release. Though Hart’s argument for universal salvation encompasses diverse arenas of thought—theological anthropology, the moral meaning of creatio ex nihilo, the phenomenology of human volition—it is his treatment of … Continue reading Marcionism, Allegorical Exegesis, and the Question of Universal Salvation