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

How the Church Supports Christian Universalism Within Itself!

Updated January 8, 2014:  We have discovered yet even more evidence within the Body of Christ which expose our inherent faith in “Christian Universalism” (= the absolute success of the cross for all mankind). They happen to be some of the strongest! We updated and are re-posting this article as it is central to understanding our unique approach [...]

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January 7th, 2014 by glwadmin

Another Look At “Free-Will”

One of my favorite “grace teachers” is Paul Ellis who hosts the blog site Escape to Reality and who wrote the outstanding book The Gospel In Ten Words. Besides his championing a pure Gospel of grace he has recently come out against eternal conscious torment and revealed his position of the final destruction of unbelievers (a form [...]

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September 19th, 2013 by glwadmin

Response to Keller’s “The Importance of Hell” Part 1

Note to USAToday, Christianity.com and Crosswalk.com readers: Interestingly the reference to Tim Keller’s article is actually our refutation of Keller’s belief that the nature of hell is a place of non-remedial endless torture. This site reveals how an understanding of true Biblical justice demands a restorative view of hell. This can be demonstrated Biblically, logically, [...]

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October 25th, 2012 by glwadmin

“Free-Will” Part Three: Napoleon

Here is an astonishing account of Napoleon’s thoughts regarding the power of love over man’s “free-will” from Hilarin Felder’s book Christ and the Critics.  Felder states: “Napoleon regarded this as precisely the most striking proof of the divinity of Jesus–namely, his power over men’s hearts. The once wellnigh all-powerful Corsican, in the solitude of his [...]

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November 7th, 2011 by glwadmin

Thoughts on “Free-Will” Part Two

I was engaging on the topic of free-will in the immediate wake of Love Wins among the Amazon review comments.  Here is a bit of what I shared with an individual defending free-will as a marker of true love… I have had trouble with Bell’s take on “free-will.”  It just doesn’t make sense to me [...]

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November 7th, 2011 by glwadmin

Thoughts on Free-Will: Part One

The main reason I changed my view from an Arminian to the Reformed perspective was the challenge to the free-will assumption. It was a very theologically disruptive time for me as I became convinced that my view of man’s free-will was not Scripturally sound. However, this meant I had to accept the unthinkable: that God [...]

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October 18th, 2011 by glwadmin