In what sense does eternal conscious torment for the ungodly in the after life mute the offense of the Gospel that Christ died for the ungodly? If God made all things good, is determined to make them good again, came in Christ for all, and died for all, then does it make sense that the all-powerful God would not in the end get what God wants? If Sin isn’t what we do as much as an anti-god Power, synonymous with Satan, then if all are not saved doesn’t that mean God has chosen not to rescue all?
These points of contention and more:
I was a guest this week on the New Persuasive Words Show hosted by Scott Jones and Bill Borror to debate the doctrine of Hell.
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