Tagged with Universalism

Love Wins: Hell’s Bell Still Ringing

Don’t want to comment here? Join the conversation on facebook instead (or as well…). LOVE HIM OR HATE HIM, there’s no disputing Rob Bell’s growing influence as a spokesperson for a more open Christianity, a Christianity that sees open doors and opportunities in place of the obstacles and obnoxiousness that seems to pervade much of … Continue reading

News Roundup: Covenant Books, Preston, Reopens | J Marr Seafoods Sponsors Jacob’s Well | Living Oasis Prayer Line on facebook | Love Wins – or does it? | Small Publishers featured in STL Trade Emails

Covenant Books, Preston, Reopens J Marr Seafoods Sponsors Jacob’s Well Living Oasis Prayer Line on facebook Love Wins – or does it? Small Publishers featured in STL Trade Emails Covenant Books, Preston, Reopens CONGRATULATIONS to all involved in the recent resurrection of Covenant Books, Preston! The usual story of financial constraints ended with the shop’s … Continue reading

The Evangelical Universalist: Take #2

Earlier this year I featured an interview with Gregory MacDonald, pseudonymous author of The Evangelical Universalist: The biblical hope that God’s love will save us all (9780281059881, SPCK, 2008). In my introduction to that interview I said that, given the struggle many evangelicals have when it comes to thinking outside the box, it’s hardly surprising that this … Continue reading

The Evangelical Universalist

UKCBD > Christian Book Reviews > Doctrine and Theology > The Evangelical Universalist The Evangelical Universalist  The biblical hope that God’s love will save us all Gregory MacDonald ISBN 9780281059881 (0281059888) SPCK, 2008 (201pp) £12.99 Category: Doctrine and Theology Author interviewed by: Phil Groom Not surprisingly, this book has attracted a certain amount of controversy as evangelicals who thought they knew what … Continue reading