Dr Robin Parry’s book, The Evangelical Universalist, was what finally convinced me that Christian Universalism was more biblical than the alternatives—admittedly I’d already read Keith DeRose’s excellent introduction, Universalism and the Bible, and Tom Talbott’s, The Inescapable Love of God so I wasn’t entirely ignorant of the biblical case.
He wrote the most popular article on my website, 7 Myths About Universalism. He contributed a chapter to Zondervan’s important, Four Views on Hell, and has been interviewed about Christian Universalism countless times and is the most sort after international speaker on the topic.
Excellent talk at the 2015 Rethinking Hell Conference:
I began transcribing it but he kindly gave me the paper to save a lot of work!
- Parry—Burning Love: The Theological Hermeneutics of Hell (1162 words)
- Parry—Hell in the Context of the Biblical Narrative (321 words)
- Parry—Creation: all things are from him and for him (1304 words)
- Parry—Redemption: all things are through him (835 words)
- Parry—Church: a foretaste of the age to come (470 words)
- Parry—Consummation: all things are to him (343 words)
- Parry—The Victory of Divine Love over Evil (441 words)
- Parry—Augustine’s Prison (1195 words)
- Parry—Free Will & Annihilationism (908 words)
- Parry—The Hospital (548 words)
Entire talk as a PDF:
Parry—Burning-Love—Rethinking-Hell-Conference (7602 words)
Forgotten Gospel talks:
Spurgeon’s College talk—Evangelical Universalism: Oxymoron?
Transcript of Nomad Podcast’s interview:
- Parry—Is Christmas really for everyone?
- Parry—Israel’s Christmas brings ours
- Parry—Christmas for everyone!
Premier Christian Radio interview—The “Evangelical Universalist” is revealed
Grace Communion International’s interview (transcript available at their site):
Rethinking Hell’s interview covering a bit of Parry’s background before focusing on Evangelical Universalism in relation to Evangelical Conditionalism/Annihilationism. They also interviewed him about Four Views on Hell.
Parry’s interview of Ilaria Ramelli:
He is the author/co-author/editor of many books:
- Hellrazed? (2017)
- Trinitarian Conversations, Volume 2: Interviews With More Theologians (2016)
- Four Views on Hell: Second Edition (2016)
- A Catholic Reading Guide to Universalism (2015)
- Christ Triumphant: Universalism Asserted as the Hope of the Gospel on the Authority of Reason, the Fathers, and Holy Scripture. Annotated Edition (2015)
- Canon and Biblical Interpretation (2015)
- The Biblical Cosmos: A Pilgrim’s Guide to the Weird and Wonderful World of the Bible (2014)
- Deep Church Rising: The Third Schism and the Recovery of Christian Orthodoxy (2014)
- Cover to Cover Every Day Sep/Oct (2013)
- Cover to Cover Every Day Jul/Aug (2013)
- The Evangelical Universalist: Second Edition (2012)
- Worshipping Trinity: Coming Back to the Heart of Worship (2012)
- Great Is Thy Faithfulness? Reading Lamentations as Sacred Scripture (2011)
- Exorcism and Deliverance: Multi-Disciplinary Studies (2011)
- ‘Behind’ the Text: History and Biblical Interpretation (2011)
- In the End, God . . . : A Study of the Christian Doctrine of the Last Things. Special Edition (2011)
- “All Shall Be Well”: Explorations in Universal Salvation and Christian Theology, from Origen to Moltmann (2011)
- Lamentations (2010)
- The Bible and Epistemology (2007)
- Old Testament Story and Christian Ethics (2005)
- Universal Salvation?: The Current Debate (2004)
- The Futures of Evangelicalism: Issues and Prospects (2004)
- Out of Egypt: Biblical Theology and Biblical Interpretation (2004)
He is currently an Editor Wipf and Stock:
From 2001-2010, he was an Editor at Paternoster Press.