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Daily Archives: July 20, 2008
Can Universalism Motivate?
A long time ago, I read a “testimony” on the Christian universalist site, http://www.tentmaker.org/. It was by a minister by the name of Charles Slagle (see here). Although Slagle was a minister, he had a lot of problems. He feared … Continue reading
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Motivations for Witnessing
As I mentioned yesterday, Bryan has a post entitled Universalism Tendencies, in which he asks “if the universalism tendencies that many Christians have are at all tied to a dislike of evangelism and witnessing to others about the Gospel?” Today, … Continue reading
Dostoevsky, Hitler, and Universalism
When I was at DePauw, one of the classes I did pretty badly in was Nineteenth Century Russian literature. Ironically, it’s also one of the classes that has stuck with me the most. We read Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment. … Continue reading
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