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The Rob Bell debate: Kim Fabricius on why some Christians reject universalism

‘There are Christians who reject universalism not because it is unbiblical but because, were it true, it would disappoint them.’ ~ Kim Fabricius

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The Rob Bell debate: fundamentalists John Piper & Albert Mohler play Tweedledee & Tweedledum

Pastor Stirs Wrath With His Views on Old Questions One leading evangelical, John Piper of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, wrote, “Farewell Rob Bell.”  R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, said in a blog post that … Continue reading

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In best fundie manner, John Piper shuns Rob Bell via Twitter

In response to advance advertising of well-known Christian pastor Rob Bell’s new book Love Wins, Baptist pastor John Piper decided to “tweet”: “Farewell Rob Bell.” The problem with this response is that Bell’s new book is not out yet and thus no-one, … Continue reading

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Young Roman Catholic priest Fr. Marek Rybinski murdered by Muslim extremists in Tunisia

Catholic priest murdered by Muslim extremists in Tunisia Fr. Marek Rybinski, a young Polish Catholic priest working in a Salesian school in Manouba, Tunisia, has been murdered.  The Tunisian police suspect Muslim extremists due to the nature of the murder.  Fr. … Continue reading

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Forget the ‘Rapture’ prediction for May 21, 2011; the end of the world has already happened!

Forget the ‘Rapture’ prediction for May 21, 2011.  According to some, the end of the world has already happened! Anyone Else Still Here? More: May 21, 2011: the end of the world as we know it?

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More fundie idiocy: ‘Rapture’ supposedly on May 21, 2011

She’s cruisin’ to the Rapture: May 21, 2011 RALEIGH — From her Subaru, a car painted as white as the fourth horse of Revelation, Allison Warden proclaims that Jesus Christ shall return May 21. As in 151 days from now. … Continue reading

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May 21, 2011, the end of the world as we know it — updated

I previously posted about this back at the beginning of August: May 21, 2011: the end of the world as we know it? It’s still going on: Omaha billboards herald Jesus’ return in May A Christian group is proclaiming Jesus’ … Continue reading

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May 21, 2011: some fundamentalists claim it will be the end of the world as we know it

Reportedly: ‘These pictures have been popping up around the U.S., with sightings from Erie to Waco to the Bay Area. Harold Camping, owner of Family Radio and Christian radio host, is the leader of this campaign.  To clarify, May 21 … Continue reading

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‘The Zionism of Man vs. the Zionism of God’

‘The Zionism of God sovereignly raised Israel from the ashes, resurrected a dead language, preserved a remnant of Jewish believers and will one day fulfill every prophecy concerning Zion.  The Zionism of Man buys tanks for secular Israel, applauds its … Continue reading

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N. T. Wright on how Dispensationalism never allows ‘the texts to speak for themselves’

‘Dispensationalism has adopted, in advance, a particular eschatalogical formula which is then brought to the biblical material.  Let it be noted that I am not dismissing this move as a false one: I am actually endorsing it.  My point is … Continue reading

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