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Rob Bell asks, “Will all people be saved, or will God not get what God wants?”

Snip20170819_2I read Rob Bell’s book two times about 2 years apart. My first read I looked for all the things I found easy to reject. The second read I tried to understand his questions, reservations, and point. Rob Bell’s questions and arguments are NOT new. Some can even be traced to Barth. Bell’s approach shares much with the notion of Christian Universalism. Christian Universalism has a 200-year tradition, but can find alignment prior to the 6th century. Continue reading “Rob Bell asks, “Will all people be saved, or will God not get what God wants?””

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Pedagogy v. Andragogy

I purchased one and built a second Christian Bookstore. I was in the bookstore business for 4 years until my money ran out. (If you want to know more about my Bookstore story you can read my blog about Certainty).

Constant conflict came from folks who felt it wrong for me to place books on shelves when they disagreed with the subject or the author.

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