John Davenant was the chief proponent of a Reformed hypothetical universalism in the extend of the atonement, in contrast to John Owen’s strict limited atonement represented in The Death of Death and the Death of Christ. This is a high quality facsimile of the 1831 translation of Davenant’s work, appended to his commentary on Colossians.
Published by T. G. Drummond
Taylor and his beautiful wife Emily live in Allentown, PA. He graduated summa cum laude from Grove City College with a B.A. in Biblical & Religious Studies and a minor in Classical Studies. He earned his Master of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and serves as the senior pastor of Grace Community Church in Allentown, Pennsylvania. View all posts by T. G. Drummond