Why I am Not a Universalist: Against David Bentley Hart’s Intellectually Obligate Universalism (if that’s what it is?)

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Cards on the Table

I’d like to start by clearly laying my cards on the table with respect to the latest dust-up over Christian universalism in Christian theology-land.

Against Imperial Court Theology

I’d like to invite you into a simple thought exercise.

What I love about the first 63% of David Bentley Hart’s Book About Everybody Being Saved

At this point, I guess I’m so embarassed and unequipped to write this that I have to stop shouting into the general darkness, and start just talking to you directly, David Bentley Hart.

Everybody, Let’s Learn to Apologize

How have we gotten to a place where humanistic scholars, and especially Christian ones, are so astonishingly incapable of walking each other through a simple reconciliation process?

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