…[P]roduction value overtakes any biblical quality. In other words, it becomes nothing more than a performance; another concert judged by the “feels” it produces.
Something sinister is at work here. Schools, churches, sporting events, and workplaces are closing over a possibility, not a probability. When did Americans become so feeble?
What would have happened if the featured platform speakers included a senior minister of thirty or forty years, who preached an expository message about church ministry from Acts or one of the Epistles? And what if that pastor had spoken on suffering rather than success, or holiness rather than generational divides?
After dismissing the Biblical witness with a wave of his hand, Hart introduces his universalist theology. Universalism asserts that everyone will, in the end, be redeemed by the sacrifice of Christ no matter their spiritual condition at death.