Monthly Archives: February 2011

Robin Parry Outlines a Way to Discuss Rob Bell and Universalism

Robin Parry, who writes the Theological Scribbles blog has posted today How to Discuss Rob Bell Without Killing Each Other.  In it he offers rules of engagement to both sides of the debate. Robin wrote the book The Evangelical Universalist … Continue reading

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How to Read the Bible Better

Here are three simple but great suggestions from Gordon Fee about how to read the Bible better. Thanks to Todd Bolen of the blog Reading Isaiah as Christian Scripture who brought this to the attention of Charles Savelle of the BibleX blog … Continue reading

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Randal Rauser Says Universalism Is Not a Four-Letter Word

Randal Rauser is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Taylor Seminary in Edmonton. He’s an evangelical Christian who holds to the traditional heaven-or-hell scenario. However, I think his views are quite interesting, and you might feel similarly. His blog is … Continue reading

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Crystal Lewis Says Universalism Is Not a Bad Word

Crystal S. Lewis writes the blog Diary of a Christian Universagnosticostal.  In my most recent post here, I made reference to her series of posts on “Hell.” Crystal has also written a post titled Should Universalism Be a Dirty Word? to which … Continue reading

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Crystal Lewis Writes Insightful Series on Hell

Crystal S. Lewis, who writes the blog Diary of a Christian Universagnosticostal, recently wrote a series of eight posts on the subject of hell.  The first of these posts, and therefore the proper starting point, is God Didn’t Invent Hell.  We Did.  While … Continue reading

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Response to Gorn

R.D. Coste writes a blog called Teologye.  Recently, I interacted with him [Ed. note April 6, 2014: This link is no longer working; apparently that site is no longer maintained or, if it is, I can no longer find it.] a … Continue reading

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David W. Congdon Explains Why He Is a Universalist

Thanks to Richard Beck of Experimental Theology, I learned of David W. Congdon and his blog The Fire and the Rose (an allusion to T.S. Eliot).  David has written a series of posts on universalism indexed at Why I Am a … Continue reading

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Yale Philosophy Professor Keith DeRose Supports Universalism

Through Richard Beck of Experimental Theology, I learned of Professor Keith DeRose.  Dr. DeRose teaches philosophy at Yale.  While teaching an adult Sunday School class on the subject of universalism, DeRose found more material than he could cram into the … Continue reading

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Professor Richard Beck Explains Why He Accepts Universalism

A few days ago I wrote about a post by Professor Richard Beck on his Experimental Theology blog in which he wrote that he was atttracted to universalism more because it provided an answer to evil (or pain or suffering) … Continue reading

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Texas Professor “Gets” Universalism

Professor Richard Beck of Abilene Christian University is a research psychologist. He writes the blog Experimental Theology. In his recent post, Universalism and the Open Wound of Life, he offers a logical rational for everyone going to heaven.  I was … Continue reading

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