“If absolutely everything is going to be put right, with no remainder, this means that every person will have to find a final place that fits. And in order for something to fit, it must be fitting, and before that can be, it must be fitted. And—given the bent and twisted nature of our race—only two things are finally fitting, which are justice and mercy. All of us finally become what we are becoming, and this means that when we have arrived, we will fit where we have arrived. We eventually get there, and nothing will be sticking out. Vessels of mercy are fitted for mercy, and vessels of wrath are fitted for destruction” (Mere Fundamentalism, p. 109).
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