Welsh Hell or Pure from the Blood of all Men

Welsh Hell or Pure from the Blood of all Men

Welsh Hell or Pure from the Blood of all Men
By Charles Welsh

charles-welshThere are some works that complicated in their topics, and others that are complicated by their authors. Within the groups “outside” of standard Christianity are the universalists. Within this group of people are those who would seek to confuse things which most would see as obvious. The universalists argue excessively over the term “eternal” or “everlasting” citing that it is not for eternity, and this is the main basis of their movement, that at some time all men in punishment will be joined in heaven with the redeemed or they will cease to exist, and their suffering will end as will their existence.

This attack comes on the key words mentioned above, and where and how they are used in Scripture. Granted this is a difficult topic to understand. But their conclusion is still wrong. I believe Welsh is a universalist (listed in the Unitarian Register) from his attack on the eternity of “hell”.

Contents of Welsh Hell or Pure from the Blood of all Men

  1. Preface
  2. The Pattern of Sound Words
  3. Would Paul pass the Orthodox test?
  4. A Specious Argument exposed
  5. Matthew’s Terms examined
  6. Gehenna and its contexts
  7. Hell in Old English
  8. An Orthodox Witness – A. J. Pollock
  9. Ecclesiastes compared with Psalms
  10. Tradition versus Truth
  11. Immortality in Scripture
  12. The Use of Torment in Scriptures
  13. Luke Records Several “Contrast” Parables
  14. The Old Testament a Faithful Witness
  15. Conclusion and concordance
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