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God’s goal for all human beings is always the same.

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If we are open to considering the possibility that the first word in Matthew’s phrase “eternal punishment” does not necessarily have to be translated as “eternal” a whole different picture may emerge.

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One of the things that makes “eternal punishment” a difficult concept to address in the New Testament is that it appears only in Matthew’s Gospel.

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Sometimes where we end up can be the product of where we begin.

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In response to yesterday’s post, a reader sent me a powerful and penetrating quote she had come across that morning:

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NB: lest the issues addressed in this post, the next one, and the four preceding ones seem outdated or irrelevant to the current life of the church, please preface your reading of what follows by visiting: http://www.anglicanjournal.com/articles/retired-bishop-caledonia-leaves-anglican-church-canada-breakaway-group/

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After writing and posting Wednesday’s post, “Listening To My Opponent” (https://inaspaciousplace.wordpress.com/2017/11/22/listening-to-my-opponent/) I sat down with my regular group of Wednesday guys. Fueled by coffee and muffins, we have been reading through William Paul Young’s book lies we believe about GOD.

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One of my favourite things about this blog is when a comment comes in response to a post that far surpasses the original post in insight, wisdom… and even on occasion in wit.

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Michael Wear has a good question for “family values evangelicals.”

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It is hard to imagine a time when over 300 Christian theologians have been able to stand together and agree on anything, let alone a strongly worded passionate document of nearly 2,000 words.

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