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John Harwood Hick 20 January — 9 February was a philosopher of religion and theologian born in England who taught in the United States for the larger part of his career. In philosophical theology , he made contributions in the areas of theodicy , eschatology , and Christology , and in the philosophy of religion he contributed to the areas of epistemology of religion and religious pluralism. John Hick was born on 20 January to a middle-class family in Scarborough , England.
In this cross-cultural, interdisciplinary study, John Hick draws upon major world religions, as well as biology, psychology, parapsychology, anthropology, and philosophy, to explore the mystery of death. He argues that scientific and philosophical objections to the idea of survival after death can be challenged, and he claims that human inadequacy in facing suffering supports the basic religious argument for immortality. He is the author of sixteen and editor of nine books, and his writings have been translated into sixteen languages. He gave the Gifford Lectures in and received the Grawemeyer Award for significant new thinking in religion in Death and Eternal Life by John Hick. Paperback Jan Rate This Product.
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Universalism is the religious doctrine that every created person will sooner or later be reconciled to God, the loving source of all that is, and will in the process be reconciled to all other persons as well. Insofar as Christianity is a historical religion and includes substantive beliefs about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, Christians are indeed committed to the view that anyone who denies this historical event is mistaken and anyone who does not understand its theological significance has not yet grasped the full truth of the matter. John Hick, the best-known proponent of universalism among twentieth-century philosophers of religion, has also been one of the most outspoken defenders of religious pluralism. This article discusses universalism and other Christian doctrines, including salvation. It also examines free will and the problem of hell, libertarian free will, and the role of human freedom in universal reconciliation.
In the book Death and Eternal Life, Hick sets out two main goals for his writing. The first is that of an apologist. He argues that every religion in its.Reply