As a sensitive little boy...
I accepted in good faith
the word of camp counselors
who described the fate of the
lost as we stoked orange
coals during late night
What about the unchurched
cousins I loved so dearly?
God loved them, but if they
didn’t love him back, he would
skewer them on an everlasting
rotisserie—just like the stick I
used for roasting my
marshmallows.And appreciate this excerpt:
That said, the data summarized
herein did lead me to four conclusions,
which you may or may not
share after all is said and done:
1. We cannot presume to know
that all will be saved or that any
will not be saved.
2. The revelation of God in
Christ includes real warnings about
the possibility of damnation for
some and also the real possibility
that redemption may extend to all.
3. We not only dare hope and
pray that God’s mercy would finally
triumph over judgment; the love
of God obligates us to such hope
4. Revelation 21–22 provides a
test case for a biblical theology of