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- The Truth About Thanksgiving
- Christianity Is ‘a Generation Away From Extinction’?
- Paul’s Theology of the Lord’s Supper: Sharing in the One Body
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- Church of England paves way for Women Bishops in 2014
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Tag Archives: Rob Bell
According to the Christian Post, while at The Forum of the Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, Rob Bell gave his support for same-sex marriage. “Yes, I am for marriage. I am for fidelity. I am for love, whether it’s a … Continue reading
Publisher’s description: “In this groundbreaking new book, Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle take on the topic of hell and our eternal destiny, with a sense of humility and a deep respect for the inspired Word of God. They will address … Continue reading
My usual counter question is: “Why are Americans so fixated on hell?” Far more Americans ask me about hell than ever happens in my own country. And I really want to know, why is it that the most prosperous affluent … Continue reading
Robin Lutjohann, a Master’s student at Harvard Divinity School, and new to blogosphere (his blog), when it comes to soteriology, the doctrine of salvation, he considers himself a Calvinist universalist. In a brief interaction with Rob Bell’s Love Wins, Luther, Calvin, … Continue reading
This week so far has been the most reflective of mine in recent years. The implications of the cross of Christ are so far-reaching, no wonder Paul sought not only to proclaim it but to protect it as well (1 … Continue reading