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Future Probation Examined

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Funk & Wagnalls 1888

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Overview

William DeLoss Love’s goal in this work is to examine the theory of probation after death in the light of Scripture as well as the pertinent religious literature before and after Christ. By examining the literature next to Scripture, we can get a kaleidoscopic view of Scripture instruction. Love quotes from the Targums, Josephus, Clement of Rome, Ignatius, Tertullian, Origen, Lactantius, and from Scripture. He compares the orthodox doctrine of one probation with the doctrines of annihilation, soul-sleep, and prayer for the dead.

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Key Features

  • Examines the theory of probation after death
  • Compares Scripture with relevant religious literature
  • Describes the doctrines of annihilation, soul-sleep, and prayer for the dead

Praise for the Print Edition

Dr. Love has rendered a needed service to the Christian ministry by compiling, in brief form, the opinions of many writers, some of whom preceded and others succeeded, by centuries of time, the days of Christ, concerning the new dogma of future probation.

Methodist Review

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About William DeLoss Love

William DeLoss Love (1819–1898) was educated at Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Hamilton College, Andover Theological Seminary, and Yale Theological Seminary. Ordained in 1871, he was an active abolitionist, a prolific writer, and editor of the Wisconsin Puritan. His books include Samson Occom and the Christian Indians of New England, The Reopening of the African Slave Trade, and Christ Preaching to the Spirits in Prison.

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