Just Do Something

Kevin DeYoung enters the fray with a book about the will of God in which he makes pains to keep the Scriptures as the source of its authority. The full title, Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God’s Will, adequately describes the overall thrust of the work – that the typical approach to … Continue reading Just Do Something

God Has Something to Say

Read 2 Timothy 3:16-17 … A fellow minister recently gave several of us on a Face Book page a challenge, “How would you finish this sentence? You should read the Bible because …” One can imagine the answers: “… the Scriptures are a record of salvation history;” “… they tell us about the work of … Continue reading God Has Something to Say

A Consideration of the Universalist View of Eternity

Introduction Although considered the orthodox position in the Church, some have taken the theology of hell from eternal conscious torment toward a transitional existence where those present suffer only a long as they continue to refuse the overwhelming love of God and the message of the Gospel. For these theologians and philosophers, the ultimate condition … Continue reading A Consideration of the Universalist View of Eternity