Category: Universal Reconciliation

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Unto the Age of the Ages

The reign of Christ and His priesthood comes to an end. When the Sonship is brought under subjection to God and God becomes all-in-all there will no longer be a need for the mediatorial role of Jesus Christ. This will be when all the purpose and plan of God for all the ages comes to fruition. Everything that God has been working for is suddenly realized right here. We do not know what that looks like!

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A Ransom for All

It is clear in scripture that God wants everyone to be saved and to come to know the truth. There is no dispute about that. Passages like the one we are looking at here are unequivocal and the message is so explicit that, rather than attempting to limit their scope, we should be looking closer at the passages that seem to deny the plan of God to save everyone in the end. We have begun doing just that in this blog.

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All Things Reconciled

Check it out, this is the passage that caught me off guard and changed the way I see things. I found myself on a Universal Reconciliation website. I knew about UR and was going to click right out of the site knowing that what I was looking for would not be there.

Something stopped me, however, and I clicked on a tab that caught my eye. There it was: a passage of scripture that was very familiar to me, as a matter of fact, it was among my favorites (and still is). A recurring word was accentuated throughout by enlarging the font and changing its color. It looked something like this:

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From Here to Eternity

Today, in scholarly circles, discussions about the meaning of eternity center around Medieval philosophical and theological reflection on the Latin word aeternitas, the word from which our “eternity” comes. More than just its predecessor, however, aeternitas was the catalyst for the idea in scripture. It was the Latin Vulgate, published in AD 400, that first juxtaposed the Greek sense of eternity upon scriptural teaching regarding the afterlife.