1. Introduction ; I: UNIVERSALISM IN THE SON ; 2. The Eternal Election of Humanity in Jesus Christ (Barth) ; 3. Pre-existence and Restoration: Logos and Logika (Origen) ; 4. Dialogue: The Restoration of Humanity in Christ ; II: PARTICULARITY THROUGH THE HOLY SPIRIT ; 5. The Present Work of God: Subjectivity and the Spirit (Barth) ; 6. Spiritual Growth: The Work of the Spirit in the Saints of God (Origen) ; 7. Dialogue: Restoring Particularity through the Holy Spirit ; 8. Conclusion
Dr Tom Greggs is lecturer in Christian Theology at the University of Chester. He studied theology at Christ Church, Oxford University, and Jesus College, Cambridge University, where he also tutored papers in doctrine. He is a Methodist Local Preacher in Liverpool and project manager for Scriptural Reasoning in the University.
Tom Greggs's work is a very thoughtful piece on the logic and implications of universalism... stimulating and well-researched... this work is suited as a conversation partner for upper-level Masters students and those undertaking research into Universalism, salvation, and Barth's theology. * Trinity Journal *