Participation in Grace Alone
The various Grace Movements of our day feature a spectrum of convictions regarding the unilateral grace of God through the finished work of Christ. In this blog, I’d like to address this range, problematizing some extremes and proposing a way forward that takes seriously our participation in grace-alone salvation.
Have you ever thought about what eternal life is? I mean, have you actually tried to define it? Usually, what I came up with was pretty straightforward. Eternal life is to live forever. You know, life without end. But, after digging a little I found something that was a bit surprising…
Of all the times in Scripture where the phrase “eternal life” is used, I discovered that statement is where
Why do you suppose we believe that eternal life is a simple transaction? Maybe we say we don’t believe this, but a large segment of Christianity sure has communicated this in explicit transactional terms…
“This is eternal life: that they might know you and your Son whom you have sent.” John 17:3
In my previous post I suggested that eternal life was found in a relationship, not a transaction. Yet, there was a time, had you suggested this to me, I would have feared the good news of eternal life was being poisoned
Christmas Eve 2016…
Our family is home together this Christmas… and that is a gift.
We hosted many good and dear friends for a wonderful party last night and it too was a gift.
Tomorrow, Christmas Day, we will enjoy the tradition of giving and receiving gifts; which is both fun and precious.
Not a Universalist: Why the Trinitarian Theology of Baxter Kruger, John MacMurray and Wm. Paul Young is not Universalism
J. Michael Feazell interviews Dr. Baxter Kruger on this episode of You’re Included from Grace Communion International. Dr. Baxter Kruger is a key note speaker at the Open Table Conference alongside John MacMurray, Wm. Paul Young (author of The Shack) and a host of other guest speakers and breakout session leaders. In this episode, Dr. Kruger examines Trinitarian Inclusivism and contrasts it to what a Universalist might believe. (See Video and full transcript below)