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September 08, 2019


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It’s ‘ ersatz universalism ‘,
“ The ersatz universalist grants that necessary universalism cannot answer the free will argument, but insists that necessary universalism can be defended nonetheless. The defense proceeds by first granting the value of freedom, but denying that it is so valuable that it can sustain the possibility of a person ending up in hell. The idea, then, is that God honors freedom and solicits our cooperation in securing our presence in heaven, but if such an approach fails, there is always the option of coerced presence in heaven.”

..., and it’s always the use of the the natural will , the how, essence ( logos) ..,.,is a tool , you know, the ole hypostatic employment of it ( tropos), There’s so much scholarship on Maximos now, that one can’t miss it. ...., but good luck , lol!

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