Jason Micheli Answers a Common Evangelical Objection to Universalism

For those of us, myself included who retain ties to evangelicalism in some way (I would say I am evangelicalish of a small c- catholic variety), have to overcome some serious obstacles to embrace an orthodox understanding of Christian Universalism. Micheli, a Methodist minister, and host of the excellent podcast Crackers and Grape Juice, where he brings in heavy hitters like the bros Hart (Addison and David), and perhaps one of the finest preachers and theological writers today Fleming Rutledge. Here’s Micheli deals with the tough question of whether those who embrace Christian Universalism are themselves condemned. I think he does an admirable job and his blog post over at Tamed Cynic cuts to the chase in a rather helpful way:

Can we be Damned for Believing That All Will Be Saved?

Well worth the read. Thanks to Jason for taking the time to answer this question.

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2 thoughts on “Jason Micheli Answers a Common Evangelical Objection to Universalism

  1. Hi Jed,

    How are you brother? It’s always a challenge figuring out heavy-hitting faith issues.

    Talk soon?

    Gary On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 10:12 PM ST. JUDE’S TAVERN wrote:

    > jedidiahpaschall posted: “For those of us, myself included who retain ties > to evangelicalism in some way (I would say I am evangelicalish of a small > c- catholic variety), have to overcome some serious obstacles to embrace an > orthodox understanding of Christian Universalism. Michel” >

    Like

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