The salvation of Christ by George Washington QuinbyThe salvation of Christ by George Washington Quinby

The salvation of Christ

byGeorge Washington Quinby

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1852 Excerpt: ... CHAPTER VI. OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED. In the preceding chapters, I have endeavored to show from the Bible that the salvation of Christ is not a salvation from hell in eternity, or from any merited punishment, but from evils to which we are exposed in the present world. I have spoken on the subject of special or conditional salvation; and lastly have shown that the doctrine of the UniverSal Redemption of man from all sin and suffering is a plain and positive doctrine of the inspired word. We rejoice in this truth. It is a glorious one--filling the soul with peace. We come now to answer some of the leading objections which we can conceive to exist in the minds of some who may have perused what we have written. Objection 1. We can conceive of the objector's saying--The writer has made many statements in this pamphlet about hell--and has labored hard to make it appear that it is not a place of misery in another world--and that wicked men do not go there at, or after death. Now, my Bible informs me that "The wicked shall be turned into hell" (sheol) "and all the nations that forget God." Very well, my friend; my Bible reads just so. This is the language of the Psalmist. And what does it prove? Does it say that sheol is in the eternal world? No! Does it' say that the wicked shall remain there duration without end? No! Does it intimate that they shall be tormented there tit all? No. Well, what right have you to infer that David meant what he did not say? Now he says absolutely "that the wicked shall be turned into hell." And suppose slttol is the place of «ndless suffering, who will be saved? Will the heathen nations? Not one of them. Will all Christians? No, not one out of a thousand. Who is there, that is not at times wicked? Who does not forget God? Is not o...
Title:The salvation of ChristFormat:PaperbackDimensions:26 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.05 inPublished:February 7, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217397204

ISBN - 13:9780217397209