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understanding of faith in God’s intention to save humans in Christ, the Church developed a plurality of views. The term ‘particularism’ is nowadays commonly used in theology for the orthodox account that some humans will ultimately be saved, and ‘universalism’ is used for the heterodox account that every human

In: Journal of Reformed Theology
Author: Amelia Hicks

… shoelace color can provide a reason for action (which, to be clear, we do not), there is an important difference between considerations of shoelace color and considerations of pain, pleasure, promising, and the like. 1 McKeever and Ridge have regularly 2 attacked moral particularism on the