Daily Archives: March 19, 2019

The Devil’s Redemption — Triablogue

Given longstanding Christian opposition to universalism, how has it gained so many adherents in recent times?The change was a long time coming. As I show in my book, from the time of Origen onward there were individual Christian thinkers who … Continue reading

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Book Review: The War That Made America

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
The War That Made America:  A Short History Of The French And Indian War, by Fred Anderson This is the sort of short history of the French and Indian War that makes for compelling…

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Evangelical Reflections on Seventh-day Adventism: Yesterday and Today, Part 3 (of 3)

Originally posted on Reflections:
This three-part article series was originally a talk given at the Questions on Doctrine 50th Anniversary Conference at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI (October 24–27, 2007). For the last two weeks I’ve been discussing Seventh-day Adventism.…

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Evangelical Reflections on Seventh-day Adventism: Yesterday and Today, Part 2 (of 3)

Originally posted on Reflections:
This three-part article series was originally a talk given at the Questions on Doctrine 50th Anniversary Conference at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI (October 24–27, 2007). This week continues my reflections on the history and theology…

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Evangelical Reflections on Seventh-day Adventism: Yesterday and Today, Part 1 (of 3)

Originally posted on Reflections:
This three-part article series was originally a talk given at the Questions on Doctrine 50th Anniversary Conference at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI (October 24–27, 2007). This article series presents broad reflections on the history and…

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A Memorial to Christian Theologian Desmond Ford

Originally posted on Reflections:
One of my favorite contemporary Christian theologians, Dr. Desmond Ford (1929–2019), died recently. He was an Australian evangelical theologian with deep roots in the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) theological tradition. He was educated at both Michigan State…

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Fredriksen-the apocalyptic Paul and his non-apocalyptic afterlifes

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
According to Paula Fredriksen, the Apostle Paul had taught that the current age was about to end and the God of Israel was about to inaugurate a new age with the risen Jesus as the royal…

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Grace Evangelical Society: No Murderer Has Eternal Life Abiding in Him (1 John 3:15)

Grace Evangelical Society: No Murderer Has Eternal Life Abiding in Him (1 John 3:15).

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Real Reason for The West’s Interest in Venezuela’s Suffering

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Soviet Inequality

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
Another thing I like about Masha Gessen’s book is that she dispels the myth about the increase in inequality after the collapse of the USSR. There was no increase. To the contrary, all evidence…

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