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Universalism Part 2


i believe that everyone is forgiven of their sins, whether they are believers or unbelievers. to not believe that we are forgiven of all our sins means we do not believe exactly that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures. 1,759 more words


Russell Brand's universalism and "The Truth"

If Jesus did actually exist but was not the son of God, as many Christians around the world believe, then what kind of person was he? 807 more words


Why doesn't God just save everyone? (or does he?)

I talked last time about why I’d stopped trying so hard to ‘save’ everyone, or to impart to them a particular version of the gospel message about Jesus saving them from their sins. 1,195 more words


Somehow I forgot about these Mid-Acts Denominationalists...

The ones who believe that unbelievers, i.e., the unsaved, enemies of the cross can be reconciled to God without being saved….. no you aren’t reading that incorrectly.   473 more words

Grace Movement

Iosif Ton: Universalism - Referitor la declaratiile Papei Francisc despre iad si rai

 Primul universalist a fost teologul Origen in secolul III. A fost un mare teolog in secolul urmator, Grigore de Nissa, care a fost universalist. Si de atunci pana astazi, in cadrul crestinismului, universalismul a fost un curent. 93 more words

Iosif Ton

Bonhoeffer on apokatastasis

Sabine Dramm, in her book Dietrich Bonhoeffer: An Introduction to his Thought, discusses in her eighth chapter Bonhoeffer’s views on the hope of universal reconciliation, or  658 more words


D.B. Hart on free will and universalism

Comment by David Bentley Hart on this post by Fr Al Kimel:

[F]reedom as defined in a purely voluntarist, spontaneous, atelic movement of the will – pure libertarian freedom – might be denied by the doctrine of apokatastasis.

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