Tarek Saleeby (Lebanon) interviews Robin Parry (GB), author of The Evangelical Universalist. Parry explains his reasons for believing that everyone will eventually be saved through Christ. He also convincingly argues that Christian universalism is inside the scope of traditional Christian orthodoxy and should not as such be considered as ‘liberal’ heterodoxy.
Händel’s popular masterwork is not just one of the most marvelous pieces of music ever written. The libretto by Charles Jennens also happens to present a perfect compilation of Bible verses from the King James versions of the Old Testament (especially Isaiah) and the New Testament.
Covering the first 22 of Allin’s 48 scriptures detailing God’s plan for “all” his creation. From James Michael. Find Thomas Allin’s Christ Triumphant here.
August this year authors and speakers gathered for a conference on “The Forgotten Gospel”, with the intention of “proclaiming the victory of Relentless Love” in Jesus Christ. Amongst the 26 authors and 6 speakers were Brad Jersak, Robin Parry and Ilaria Ramelli. The videos from the conference are available here.
Ilaria Ramelli is the author of The Christian Doctrine of Apokatastasis, Terms for Eternity: Aiônios and Aïdios in Classical and Christian Texts …
Frederick William Faber, 1862 “There’s a wideness in God’s mercy like the wideness of the sea; there’s a kindness in his justice, which is more than liberty. There is welcome for the sinner, and more graces for the good; there is mercy with the Savior; there is healing in his blood. There is no place … Continue reading There's a Wideness in God's Mercy (hymn)
In this interview pentecostal/episcopalian preacher Carlton Pearson explains how he came to the belief that Jesus did in fact accomplish the salvation of the whole world.
Gary Amirault of tentmaker.org explains the difference between ‘toxic’ and ‘non-toxic’ Bible translations.