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One of the hardest questions for a person of Faith to answer is the question of other religions. It is clear in the modern world that there are a variety of differing beliefs concerning the nature of the presence of God in the world ranging from the relational to the transient to the non-existent. 1,796 more words
I was reading through the section on “The Restoration of All Things” from Jürgen Moltmann’s The Coming of God: Christian Eschatology (Fortress, 2004) when the following thought occurred to me about the biblical language used to describe hell. 742 more words
‘Cultures of Independence’, co-organised by me and Gerry Hassan, for The Glasgow School of Art and University of the West of Scotland, is a discussion series about the referendum debate in Scotland, the role of culture within that, the culture of politics at large, the lessons that politics can learn from cultural practices to improve the cultures of politics, and the prospects for culture whatever the outcome of the vote in September 2014. 1,247 more words
The story is told about the Rev. D. B. Clayton, who spent 68 years preaching Universalism to the American South. This was years before Universalism would join Unitarianism and become the combined faith we know now. 2,942 more words
Examining Universalism III: The Universalist Thesis
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(Rom 6:15) What then? Should we be sinning, seeing that we are not under law, but under grace?