Published
1.8.2019

First Fruits

This short talk climaxes our investigation of apokatastasis from a very unusual source - the book of James. James is not noted for his audacity or profundity as. theologian compared to Paul or John, but here we find possible the most succinct summary of both the doctrine - and its consequences. Tony connects the passage to our psychology - and he does this by telling a story of his visit to the dark historical site of Port Arthur in Tasmania.

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