Universalism rejects the God who has objectively revealed Himself in Scripture because it finds this God to be offensive. Talk of wrath and of judgment leaves the universalist either uninspired or angry. And so, a new god that fits the spirit of the age is put in His place.
Remember that time when Jesus said "I have not come to bring peace, but a sword?" What exactly did He mean? We find that it actually makes a lot of sense when we consider who Jesus is, and who we are as disciples.
This week on Truth + Life Today, John discusses the topics of the Holy Spirit, prophecy, and speaking in tongues. You can submit your own personal questions at www.backtothebible.ca/truthandlifetoday ...Read more
One of the key features to the theology known as universalism, is its visceral reaction to the historic Christian teaching regarding the wrath of God. Now – just so we are clear on this matter, those of us who take the Bible seriously will have noticed how prevalent the anger, or wrath of God appears.
Pornography used to be considered only a man’s problem, but filmmakers have found ways of appealing to the very different psychology of women. And rather than seeing it as a problem, it is now seen as an acceptable form of self-expression.