Thrasher-Davis Debate on Universalism (Paperback)
Controversies among people of different religious persuasions have occurred throughout history, even in New Testament times (e.g., Acts 6 and Acts 15). At one time, most religious groups had representatives who participated in public debates defending their various viewpoints, including Universalists. Unfortunately, that is no longer the case. Today, the vast majority of religious leaders disapprove of debates for various reasons. Of course, this viewpoint stands in contrast to the examples of men such as the apostle Paul (Acts 19), Stephen (Acts 6), Jesus (Matthew 22), and others who are "set for the defense of the gospel" (Philippians 1:7, 17). This book preserves the record of a debate on the issue of universal salvation. The publisher recommends that the reader study this material by "searching the Scriptures" to determine whether these things presented by Myles Davis and Thomas N. Thrasher are so (Acts 17:11).