I would stay away. The one article he wrote about this new translation, he sure enough kept his insistence that the New Testament teaches universalism but admits of a few (insignificant) verses that say otherwise. The Church rejects universalism but Hart has even exhonerated Origen having rejected the 5th-7th ecumenical councils on this.
In the article he even conveys the fact that he is intentionally infusing modern day politics and economics (capitalism vs communism) and sort of chastises Clement of Alexandria for emphasizing to the rich people of his day to cultivate the poverty of the heart (humility, alms, prayer etc) etc.
Christ's Rabble | Commonweal Magazine
Edited by Kosta, 13 February 2017 - 07:25 AM.