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Does universalism subvert free will?

July 22, 2013
Salvation?

A common objection to universalism (the view that all people will eventually be reconciled to God) is that it violates our free will — that in order for God to save everyone, he would have to force some to love him. Those who argue from that point of view disavow universalism in part because they […]

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Are you planting trees or just cutting them down?

May 11, 2013

Are you planting trees or just cutting them down? Are you making coffee or just drinking it? Are you the main character or part of the supporting cast? Are you reading sentences but missing the story? Are you talking about Jesus instead of showing who Jesus is? Are you teaching the “truth” instead of living […]

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Follow-Up: Can you be a Christian and still believe … ?

December 29, 2012

My post Can you be a Christian and still believe … ? caused quite a bit of furor on the interwebs, so I’d like to take a moment to offer a few explanatory notes as well as provide some resources for further exploration of these topics. First, the point of the post wasn’t to provide a […]

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Can you be a Christian and still believe … ?

December 28, 2012

Guess what? You can still be a Christian even if you believe that: Evolution is true. The Bible isn’t inerrant. Women have the same rights as men. Homosexuality isn’t a sin. Owning a gun isn’t a God-given right. America isn’t God’s chosen country. Republicans aren’t God’s chosen political party. The modern state of Israel isn’t […]

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