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God v. The People

According to Scripture, each of us must stand before the judgement seat of God when our time on earth is done. Christians do not contend with this statement. However, there is not a consensus on what follows. Most Christians maintain that there are only two possible outcomes. The first, of which, follows an innocent verdict: […]

The Faith OF Christ

For the vast majority of my Christian life, I attended a devout southern baptist church that taught strictly from the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible. Although I never heard anyone say that it was the only preserved translation of the Scriptures, I can now see that, although that was not stated and likely […]

Thank You For Listening.

What follows is in response to a lengthy comment I received on a previous blog post from someone who goes by the alias of Chuck. I will respond briefly to certain portions of his comment which, I believe, deserve the most attention. Thanks for your comments. I believe you make a common error here, a category […]

Watering Down Hell

When most people think of hell, they picture unrelenting flames of wrath in some extra-dimensional realm on the outskirts of creation . . . totally without the presence of the Lord. When it comes to hell, many Christians, including myself, have been accused of watering down the gospel simply because we question the doctrine of […]

In Response to “The Case for Annihilation” from Renew.org

See the article to which I am responding┬áhere. Annihilationism is the view that whoever and whatever cannot be redeemed by God is ultimately put out of existence. In the very first sentence of this article, there are already philosophical issues. This statement presupposes that certain individuals cannot be redeemed by God. Many Christians will not […]

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