Donate $15 to the CUA and receive your choice of one of the following books: CHRISTIAN EVANGELISM by Stetson, DESTINED FOR SALVATION by Fristad, THE GOLDEN THREAD by Vincent, HOPE BEYOND HELL by Beauchemin, RAISING HELL by Ferwerda, or CHRISTIANITY WITHOUT INSANITY by Purcell. Donate $25 and receive your choice of one of the following: SPIRITUAL TERRORISM by Purcell, THE INESCAPABLE LOOVE OF GOD by Tom Talbott, THE GOSPEL OF INCLUSION by Carlton Pearson (not shown), or PATRISTIC UNIVERSALISM by David Burnfield (not shown) Make larger donations and receive additional books, if you wish. Also check out our special offers listed below.
Christian Universalism: God’s Good News For All People
By Eric Stetson
(2008, Sparkling Bay Books. 144 pages — paperback)
Founder of the Christian Universalist Association, Eric wrote this short introduction to Christian Universalism for a general audience. Eric forcefully argues for the Biblical teaching of universal salvation, responds to the most common objections, and provides a brief history of the CU faith. This book also serves as an overview of Christianity in general from a Universalist perspective, covering major theological themes. Endorsed by ministers from a diversity of denominations and backgrounds.
Destined For Salvation: God’s Promise to Save Everyone
By Kalen Fristad
(2003, Morris Publishing. 170 pages — paperback)
A CUA leader from its founding, Kalen is a United Methodist minister who has traveled back and forth across the United States preaching and presenting the faith of Christian Universalism to groups and churches all over. His book is an easy-to-read introduction to Christian Universalism, covering the major arguments for the salvation of all and refuting belief in eternal damnation.
Destined For Salvation: God’s Promise to Save Everyone — Study Book
By Kalen Fristad
(2003, Morris Publishing. 99 pages — paperback)
A companion to Destined For Salvation, Kalen designed the Study Book as a resource for Church School, youth fellowship, and small groups. Chapters are condensed into 13 lessons, each with discussion questions at the end.
SPECIAL OFFERS FOR KALEN’S BOOKS:
- Donate $25 and receive both Destined For Salvation and the Study Book as a gift to you.
- Donate $50 and receive 5 copies of the Study Book.
- Donate $75 and receive 10 copies of the Study Book.
Hope Beyond Hell: The Righteous Purpose of God’s Judgment
By Gerry Beauchemin
(2006, Malista Press. 248 pages — paperback)
Gerry Beauchemin is a conservative evangelical Christian Universalist who wrote this book to lay out all the Biblical evidence for universal salvation in a compelling and convincing way. Especially helpful for Christians who take a rigorous, scripture-based approach to their faith.
The Golden Thread: God’s Promise of Universal Salvation
By Ken R. Vincent
(2005, iUniverse. 132 pages — paperback)
Also a scholar of near-death experiences and Zoroastrianism, Ken Vincent here presents a strong argument for universal salvation, not only from the Bible, but also with evidence from mystical experience down through history and from NDEs.
“The most recent Univeralist book that I have found, and also one of the most fascinating – offering some perspectives on Universalism that I have not seen presented by other authors.” — Jeffrey K. Mattheus
The Inescapable Love of God
By Thomas Talbott
(1999, Universal Publishers. 220 pages — paperback)
In this well-written book, Tom Talbott describes his theological journey on the way to embracing a belief in universal reconciliation, and sets forth a positive case that the New Testament clearly teaches universalism. A significant theme that runs through this book is that, in contrast to Calvinism and Arminianism, according to universalism, God’s love is unlimited and God’s redemptive purposes are unthwarted as well.
“Talbott puts forth the most logical, biblically grounded case for universal reconciliation one might find anywhere. … If someone is looking for the closest thing to a comprehensive explanation of, and case for, biblical universalism, this would be the book to get.” — Alvin C. Grissom
Raising Hell: Christianity’s Most Controversial Doctrine Put Under Fire
By Julie Ferwerda
(2011, Vagabond Group. 302 pages — paperback)
An Amazon reviewer was spot on with this tongue-in-cheek critique: “Julie has not been to seminary and therefore her message is rife with the ignorant heresies you would expect from a regular lay person with no formal training.” But in her book, Julie Ferwerda actually shows herself to be an excellent student of the Bible as she lays out her defense of Christian Universalism that sounds like she is talking to you across the dining room table.
Spiritual Terrorism: Spiritual Abuse From The Womb To The Tomb
By Dr. Boyd C. Purcell, Ph.D.
(2008, AuthorHouse. 504 pages — paperback)
From Amazon: “Spiritual Terrorism is an insightful analysis of the problem of fear-based religion. As a physician, I can validate Dr. Purcell’s understanding of psychopathology. The anxiety which religion, or any other factor, generates has the potential to depress the human immune system, affect every organ, and impair bodily functions.” — Lewis Whaley, D.O., Oncologist
Christianity Without Insanity: For Optimal Mental/Emotional/Physical Health
By Dr. Boyd C. Purcell, Ph.D.
(2012, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 222 pages — paperback)
From Amazon: “Bravo!… this book is well written, crystal clear and pulls no punches. It is a wonderful and at times, sad expose of how literal interpretation of the Bible has lead many to insanity and diminished health and aliveness. As a recovered Catholic… I applaud the message in his book. It provides real life examples of people who live more fully now that they have overcome the image of a fear based God.” — C. Wilger