A Universalist Catechism, part four

Continued from A Universalist Catechism, part three

Well, it was type this or watch the RNC. Somehow, this is more fitting . . .

How long will God punish wrong-doers?
Until they repent of their wrong-doing and learn to obey Him.

What is repentence?
Coming to one’s better self, and turning away from all evil ways.

Can any sinner be saved against his own choice?
No sinner can be saved from his sins until he chooses to be saved.

Uh, I forgot how gruesome some popular postbellum Universalist theology could be. I guess I would rather watch a Will and Grace rerun and find a better typing project.

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By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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