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How a Literal Reading of Scripture Leads to Universalism

Christian theologians use the word “universalism” to refer to the teaching that all people are saved by Jesus’ works whether they are Christians or not. Christian Universalism is focused around the idea of universal reconciliation, also known as universal salvation … Continue reading

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Ephesus, Women, And Getting Tossed Out Of A Board Meeting

Many people insist the Bible should only be read for its plain meaning on its face, and that anything else gets in the way of understanding God’s word. So they read Ephesians 5 and 1 Timothy 2 and Paul’s instructions on … Continue reading

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Rumor Has It – Carl Trueman sings Adele

Just ’cause I said it, it don’t mean that I meant it.  Adele, Rumor Has It How to Know I just finished reading two of Carl Trueman’s books back to back, first Histories and Fallacies and then The Creedal Imperative.* … Continue reading

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