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Is There Salvation after Death?: A Treatise on the Gospel in the Intermediate State
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Is There Salvation after Death?: A Treatise on the Gospel in the Intermediate State


A. C. Armstrong and Son 1887

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This treatise discusses—mainly in its more obvious and vital aspects—one important question: is there salvation after death? E.D. Morris seeks to answer this question from the testimony of Scripture, the witness of Christian symbolism, the evidence drawn from Christian theology, and the testimony of religious experience. In other words, what is proposed in this volume is a solution, practical rather than speculative, to whether if what we term the Gospel has any mission after death.

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Key Features

  • Discusses the scriptural basis for salvation after death
  • Draws from Christian symbolism, theology, and religious experience
  • Proposes an answer to the question of salvation after death


  • Introductory: The Question Stated
  • Testimony of Particular Scriptures
  • General Testimony of Scripture
  • The Witness of Christian Symbolism
  • The Witness of Christian Theology
  • The Witness of Christian Experience

Praise for the Print Edition

An able, frank, and manly discussion of the question, whether there is any reason to expect or believe that the offer of the gospel will be made in the next world to those to whom it is not made in this.

Yale Review

Its style is precise, vigorous, dignified, and clear. The scheme of the work is comprehensive, omitting nothing material to the question discussed, and it is skillfully wrought out.

Methodist Review

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About E.D. Morris

E.D. Morris (1825–1943) was educated at Yale University and Auburn Seminary Review. He was appointed as professor of church history and of theology in Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati. His works include Ecclesiology, Outlines in Christian Doctrine, and Theology of the Westminster Symbols.