It seems to me that, if eternal perdition was a tenet of the early church, there should be something that would suggest as much in the historical record of the first few hundred years. What can we glean from the writings of those who led the early church in the generations immediately following the death of the Apostles?
The doctrine of eternal punishment is so entrenched in the way Christians are thinking that the overwhelming majority have never considered an alternative. Those who have become students of the Bible were quick to point out the standard “fire and brimstone”, “eternal torment”, “forever”, “weeping and gnashing of teeth” scriptures as reasons to continue to see the final judgement of God in the same way they always had.
I have already advanced a few scriptural arguments for Universal Reconciliation and addressed many of those objections in other articles, posts, emails, and discussions. What I would like to do here is to simply offer you 6 reasons to give Universal Reconciliation serious consideration.
6 REASONS I BELIEVE ALL THINGS WILL BE RECONCILED IN THE END