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Roberto De La Noval

Roberto J. De La Noval has his doctorate in theology from the University of Notre Dame. He writes regularly on theology, philosophy, and pop culture for public journals. He is also a translator of Russian theological texts. You can find more of his work at robertojdelanoval.com
Eschatology

Marcionism, Allegorical Exegesis, and the Question of Universal Salvation

Based on the conclusions of scholarship on the development of ancient Israelite religion, Hart concludes that YHWH is depicted in the Old Testament as exhibiting signs of moral development up to the period of Second Temple Judaism, when the marriage of Hellenistic philosophy and Judaism gives us a picture of God as Goodness Itself.

Roberto De La Noval
November 22, 2019
Eschatology

The Death Penalty and Hell

In Pope Francis’ words, there is no ‘justice’ in a punishment that attacks the “inviolability and dignity of the person.” And this includes punishments both now and in the life to come.

Roberto De La Noval
March 1, 2019