Curious as to what all the fuss is about over Rob Bell’s recent declaration of his belief in Universalism? Here is a short article that gives a brief intro to the heretical teachings of universalism and wider mercy doctrines. ~PS.
Seems Rob Bells recent advocacy of the damnable doctrine of Universalism has created quite the buzz. For many of us, the guilty verdict concerning Bell came in a long time ago. Check out Harper Collins promo of Bell’s new book .
…..in Love Wins: Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived, Bell addresses one of the most controversial issues of faith—the afterlife—arguing that a loving God would never sentence human souls to eternal suffering. With searing insight, Bell puts hell on trial, and his message is decidedly optimistic—eternal life doesn’t start when we die; it starts right now. And ultimately, Love Wins.
Many evangelicals are absolutely unaware that
christian Universalism teaches that Christ death atoned for everyone so that every person,every where will ultimately be saved. They need not hear the gospel. they may even rebelliously reject the the Christ of the Gospel and do so without fear of punishment since the Christ event once and for all reconciled them to God. Hell and the Lake of fire are simply figaments of biblical imagination.
The so called “wider mercy doctrine” is simply unprincipled mercy carried to it’s ”universalistic salvific” conclusion. Surely God wouldn’t literally keep his word of wrathful-eternal torment upon unrepentant sinners. much less the anti-christ cults or false religions such as Islam,Buddhism,Hinduism and Mormonism.
How could a merciful God do such a thing? Why that would be against his loving character. Doesn’t the bible teach the humanistic ” fainess doctrine?”.
All this is the new mantra of “pseudo ministers” and their compromised compassionates who buy into their heresy. The great Billy Graham was advocating the wider mercy doctrine of universalism many years ago. Listen for yourself. There is a brief intro before the interview and then hear the “good news that there is no bad news.”
When you read about Bell and finish watching the video, kindly whisper Paul’s double anathema. Amen!