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“Perhaps the first theological insight I learned from Gregory of Nyssa is that the Christian doctrine of creatio ex nihilo is not merely a cosmological or metaphysical claim, but also an eschatological claim about the world’s rela­tion to God, and for that reason a moral claim about the nature of God in himself. In the end of all things is their beginning, and only from the perspec­tive of the end can one know what they are, why they have been made, and who the God is who has called them forth from nothingness. Anything will­ingly done is done toward an end; and anything done toward an end is defined by that end.” (Dr. David Bentley Hart THAT ALL SHALL BE SAVED Page 68)

Lucy said, “We’re so afraid of being sent away, Aslan. And you have sent up back into our own world so often.”

“No fear of that,” said…

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