Monthly Archives: February 2015

Thomas Talbott: The Inescapable Love of God (part 2)

Thomas Talbott begins his analysis of damnation and universal restoration by presenting us with three propositions: (1) All human sinners are equal objects of God’s redemptive love in the sense that God, being no respecter of persons, sincerely wills or … Continue reading

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The Immanent God

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“People on sinking ships do not complain of distractions during their prayer”

Our praying itself is as much God’s gift as is the answer to it. And prayer is not just God’s gift in the way that our power of speech or our health is God’s gift; prayer is God’s grace, and … Continue reading

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Thomas Talbott: The Inescapable Love of God

I read The Inescapable Love of God three years ago. I do not recall how or why I was directed to this book. All I know is that I read it cover to cover and found it utterly compelling. I … Continue reading

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Justice

by George MacDonald Also unto thee, O Lord, belongeth mercy; for thou renderest to every man according to his work.–PSALM lxii. 12. Some of the translators make it kindness and goodness; but I presume there is no real difference among … Continue reading

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The Heaven of Christ

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A prayer for my mother

This past Tuesday my mother, Ninon Stewart Kimel, fell asleep in the Lord. I ask you to please remember her and her family in your prayers. O God of all spirits and all flesh, Who have destroyed death, overcome the … Continue reading

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