Pluralism, Christian Universalism, and Christian Inclusivism

So I have a pet peeve. As Christians, we are called to be wise, humble, and prudent. Over the last few years, I have see many Christians condemn doctrines in which they know very little about. So much so, that the doctrine they think they are condemning isn’t actually what…

10 Affirmations on Divine Judgment: An Inclusivist Perspective — Brad Jersak

Hopeful Inclusivists believe in Divine Judgment What they challenge is the unbiblical assumptions, accretions and emphases of those who hold that God’s judgments are retributive rather than restorative. What we know of Divine Judgment, we learn from the Scriptures. Rather than sweeping judgment under the rug, we can make the…