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 Universalist.  He also maintains a resource page of the posts of others titled Universalism in the Blogosphere.

Whereas Richard Beck writes primarily from a pyschological perspective and Keith DeRose writes from a philosophical perspective, David Congdon writes from a theological perspective.

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