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Is it any wonder that some Grace Believers/Mid-Acts Dispensationalist veer off into Universalism when they misinterpret 2 Corinthians 5:19?

Yes, God has reconciled the entire world unto Himself, and most don’t even believe in Him, let alone that His Son died on the Cross, was buried and rose again on the third day + nothing.   406 more words


Harvard Business Review Checks Your Expression Bias

The Harvard Business Review often contains articles that are aimed at American graduate students and the upper echelon of professionals, which we associate with “Harvard”. That is why it was refreshing to read today’s piece… 193 more words

Every Story


The Quest for a Moral Compass is now out in paperback. And, to accompany the new edition. I am publishing a number of extracts from the book. 2,212 more words

Philosophy & Ethics

Alert: Two-piece op-ed coming soon

I am publishing another two-piecer soon in a commonly-used media source of mine relating to gender and universalism in geopolitics. Will provide a link in the next few days.



The doctrine of universalism is very popular and controversial in the Christendom today. It’s called universalism because its doctrine has a universal application, which means that everyone is involved without exception. 897 more words

Universal Forgiveness

The Universalist and the Quaker

A Universalist preacher, who believed that no one would be excluded from heaven, held a series of meetings in a rural town. He was a gifted speaker and many people came to hear him. 130 more words