Synopses & Reviews
Why Everyone Will Be in Heaven
Two pastors present their controversial belief in eternal salvation for all through God's perfect grace. Long disturbed by the church's struggle between offering both love and rejection, they discover what God wants from us and for us: grace for everyone.
“One of the most helpful books on this subject to emerge in years.” Crosswalk.com
“The authors celebrate Gods extravagant grace in ways that remind us of the amazing thing we often sing it is.” Ethicsdaily.com
“Gulley and Mulholland . . . have honestly faced the churchs traditional doctrines of salvation and eternal justice.” Christianity Today
“[T]his loving little book . . . is easily read and understood, a thought-provoker for any Disciple.” DisciplesWorld
“[A] stirring manifesto on the central role of universalism in Christianity ...” Publishers Weekly
“Gulley and Mulholland stick to their guns as they tell their stories...with compassion, hope, kindness, and grace.” Booklist
“An easy read full of interesting stories and attractive assertions.” Dallas News
“Gulley and Mulholland have extended and deepened the meaning of Gods grace in decidedly thoughtful and lovely ways.” Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Gulley and Mulholland have extended and deepened the meaning of God s grace in decidedly thoughtful and lovely ways. Arkansas Democrat Gazette
In this controversial bestseller, authors and Quaker ministers Philip Gulley and James Mulholland expand upon their belief in eternal salvation for all through God s perfect grace. For seekers, for thoughtful Christians, and for the simply curious, Gulley and Mulholland offer a beautiful, timeless message of hope. "
About the Author
Philip Gulley is a Quaker minister, writer, husband, and father. He is the bestselling author of Front Porch Tales
, the acclaimed Harmony series, and is coauthor of If Grace Is True
and If God Is Love
. Gulley lives with his wife and two sons in Indiana, and is a frequent speaker at churches, colleges, and retreat centers across the country.
James Mulholland, author of Praying Like Jesus, is a theologian with ecumenical experience in the American Baptist, United Methodist, and Quaker denominations. He lives in Indianapolis, where he is active in neighborhood development.