Controversy in Cong. Ch. that spread in last 2 decades of 19th c. when the ABCFM refused to sanction missionaries who held the opinion of some Andover (Massachusetts) Theol. Sem. profs. that heathen who died without hearign the Gospel would have 2d chance to be saved. See also Progressive Orthodoxy.
T. P. Field, The Andover Theory of Future Probation, The Andover Review, VII (1886), 461475.
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