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Is Jesus Nicer Than God: How Do We Understand God’s Wrath?

Introduction: This article will be on the subject of God's wrath and retribution. It is a continuation of a four-part series on the subjects of partial preterism, God's sovereignty (determinism/Calvinism/Augustinianism), God's love (free will/Arminianism/Pelagianism), God getting what He wants (apokatastasis/universalism/reconciliation),... Continue Reading →

Hopeful Universalism: I Confidently Expect All People to Spend Eternity in Heaven

Introduction: This article will be on the subject of Universalism. It is a continuation of a four-part series on the subjects of partial preterism, God’s sovereignty (determinism/Calvinism/Augustinianism), God’s love (free will/Arminianism/Pelagianism), God getting what He wants (apokatastasis/universalism/reconciliation), and God’s wrath... Continue Reading →

Free Will, Calvinism, and the Character of God

First, for the sake of context, you should note that I have another article (here) that gives a summary of the views I have been speaking of in this series. That article is a summary of my eschatology. That word... Continue Reading →

The NRSVue: Bible Translations, Homosexuality, and Fornication

What is a Bible Translation…really? Two days ago, I got the 2022 NRSVue Bible (New Revised Standard Version Updated Edition). From a scholarly standpoint, many suggest that it is probably one of the best English translations we have. Translations are... Continue Reading →

Resources for Those Interested in (Hopeful) Christian Universalism

I've sprinkled some of my thoughts on my understanding of eschatology over several of the last few articles. Part of that eschatology is my leaning towards hopeful Christian universalism. My understanding of "hopeful Christian universalism" is that it is the... Continue Reading →

Conservative Christians: The New Liberals

First, I want to say that I apologize ahead of time. I want to get a point across, but I don't want to assume anyone's motives. I usually try to be articulate and sensitive in my articles, but something needs... Continue Reading →

Happy Mothers Day!

One part about being a Christian family that is so special is being able to simultaneously rejoice with those who rejoice and mourn with those who mourn. Today is a hard day for some people. Maybe you lost your mom... Continue Reading →

Who I Am Hates Who I’ve Been, But Who I Belong to Makes All Things New!

I have recently been asked (on several occasions) about my testimony. I've written some of it in a previous article where I talked about how I was sexually abused, I have bipolar disorder, anxiety, and so on. However, that article had... Continue Reading →

5 Misconceptions About Non-Traditional Ministers

We see an outstanding and mysterious statement at the very end of John chapter two. John informs the reader that our Lord knows the heart of man. In other words, He doesn't need us to communicate our feelings, thoughts, or intentions because... Continue Reading →

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