Monthly Archives: October 2013

My First Divine Liturgy

I apologize for having mistakenly called it “Mass” at first. A generous Roman Catholic pointed out to me that the term “Mass” is actually a western term and that the proper name for Eastern Christian services are “divine liturgies” as … Continue reading

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Hell – My View

Well, I certainly do not support universalism. I came across Alister McGrath’s thoughts on this subject and I think he makes a fairly solid argument against universalism. Most universalists love to scream at those who support the existence of Hell … Continue reading

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Are We Really In the Hands of an Angry God That Wants to Punish Us?

I’m certain that everyone has heard of Jonathan Edwards, that famous preacher who taught us how we are sinners in the hands of an angry God and how we are all damned to Hell. He was one of the first … Continue reading

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