FROM LIMBO TO HEAVEN by  Wilkin

FROM LIMBO TO HEAVEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Roy Wilkin, ., renowned English scholar and chaplain at Liverpool University, completed from Heaven during the last four months of his life. Readers will find in this small penetrating treatment of a subject rarely discussed for laymen -- that of of the blamelessly unbaptized,- the great percentage of the human race. Father Wilkia the that redemption is still mounting to its final climax, and explores that the removal of original sin from these blamelessly is of the effects of a universal baptism on the day of final judgment. Those reborn then united with Christ in his and all, except the obdurate, go to heaven for all according to the author, loses sense and value if it is not, a work of mercy. Love gives, and that should prevent man from laying preparatory to God's pardon. From Limbo To Heaven deserves the almost certain to . Imprimatur.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1961
Publisher: Sheed & Ward