“What If You Are Wrong About Universal Salvation?” Peter Hiett

The following question was presented to Pastor Peter Hiett by a friend regarding his certainty in Christ’s final victory. We thought Peter’s answer extremely insightful, gracious and wise. (From The Sanctuary Downtown website) Question: Are you sure about universal salvation? As I see it, the consequences are so great and the cost of being wrong [...]

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August 11th, 2016 by glwadmin

DON’T MISS “The Forgotten Gospel Conference”!

Coming up is an exciting opportunity to gather around and celebrate the forgotten gospel of God’s relentless love and grace! It will be held in Denver August 5-7 hosted by The Sanctuary Downtown. See website for details! Speakers: Pastor Peter Hiett, Dr. C. Baxter Kruger, Dr. Ilaria Ramelli, William Paul Young, Robin Parry, and Brad [...]

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May 27th, 2016 by glwadmin

A Game-Changer on Hell? by George Sarris

Until now, most Christians have assumed that evangelicals – people who base their convictions clearly on the teaching of Scripture – cannot possibly be universalists – people who believe that God will one day redeem all mankind. With the release on March 8 of Zondervan’s Four Views on Hell (Second Edition), that understanding suddenly changed! [...]

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April 19th, 2016 by glwadmin

Peter Hiett Reveals How Annihilation Supports Universal Restoration!

The following video was from a breakout session within the “Rethinking Hell Conference” at Fuller Seminary:

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April 19th, 2016 by glwadmin

“Icons of Beauty” – New Short Video by Andre Rabe

In the following video by Andre Rabe you will experience astonishing beauty while your understanding of this God of wonder will expand and be enriched. Receive this gospel of beauty with “breathless wordless wonder”…enjoy. “Beauty is not something we simply behold … its something we enter into. It disrupts our indifference and draws us to [...]

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October 29th, 2015 by glwadmin

“Universal-ism” Defined

The term “universalism” can be misunderstood as it can often come with some negative baggage. Perhaps it is its connection with liberalism that has turned it into “pluralism” (the idea that all roads lead to God) or Unitarianism (the Arian belief that God is One in number and is not an eternal relationship of Father, [...]

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April 16th, 2015 by glwadmin

Good Friday: “He Descended Into Hell” by George Sarris

Down through the centuries, that phrase from the Apostles Creed has generated a great deal of thought and discussion. It describes what the ancient church believed happened between the time on Good Friday when Jesus was crucified, dead and buried, and when on Easter Sunday morning He rose again from the dead. Images from the [...]

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April 2nd, 2015 by glwadmin

A Catholic Weighs In On “Free-Will”

The Rich Foundation of the Body of Christ The following was discovered within a little booklet by Dennis, Sheila and Michael Linn entitled “Good Goats” by Catholic publishing company, Paulist Press. Their take on the topic of “free-will” is extremely insightful. Especially given that official Roman Catholicism traditionally upholds the doctrine of the free-will of [...]

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February 4th, 2015 by glwadmin

Matt Chandler Says Most of the Church Worships “a Different God”

One of the main emphases of this blog is to reveal how the Body of Christ itself is constructing within itself the paradigm of God’s universal love and salvation of all mankind. One profound way is demonstrated by how the evangelical Church is deconstructing itself. As it publicly declares it’s differences (most see them as [...]

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December 9th, 2014 by glwadmin

Keller’s “The Importance of Hell”: Final Conclusion

The Glorious Multi-faceted Cross! In brief review, we learned that to assume the penal substitutionary death of Christ as THE explanation for what occurred on the cross is false. Again, there are significant reasons to be hesitant to embrace Keller’s defense of the Penal Substitutionary Atonement as “the Gospel.” First it fails to recognize that [...]

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December 9th, 2014 by glwadmin

A Response to Keller’s “The Importance of Hell”: Conclusion-Part 1

First, the Mystery… These last posts in response to Keller’s “The Importance of Hell” will be a bit lengthy for they concern the mystery of the atonement. Evangelicals generally teach the atonement as if it is indisputably understood as they present their understanding as “the correct view.” Unfortunately one’s view of the atonement has become [...]

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November 18th, 2014 by glwadmin

A Response to Keller’s “The Importance of Hell”: Conclusion Part 2

Is Keller discussing “The importance of hell” or “The importance of an eternal hell”? FIrst I’d like to point out something that missed my attention at the outset of these posts. If you notice, in the same way that the title of Keller’s article says “The Importance of Hell” and does not specify an “eternal” hell, Keller continues to [...]

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September 18th, 2014 by glwadmin