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End Times Virus – Greg Albrecht


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October 2020 CWR Magazine

CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Brad Jersak: Faith Beyond Factions– pg. 3Greg Albrecht: Jesus Invites Outsiders– pg. 6Keith Giles: Attack of the “Love Buts” – pg. 10Brian Zahnd: War of the Lamb – pg. 12Greg Albrecht: Loving Sinners, Hating Sins? -pg. 15

September 2020 Plain Truth

September 2020 CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: The Overlooked and Ignored – pg. 1Question the Question – pg. 2God is Love – pg. 5To Seek and Save that Which is Lost – pg. 6The Prodigals – pg. 7Quotes & Connections – pg. 8

CWR Video – Reading the Bible Right – Zahnd

Brian Zahnd - Reading the Bible Right

August 2020 CWR magazine

CLICK HERE TO READ NOW (PDF FORMAT) Greg Albrecht: Destroyed But Not Defeated– pg. 3Brad Jersak: Grace Is the Real Offense– pg. 7Blair Baker: Keep Shining – pg. 10Jonathan Foster: My Soul Is Like a Chiminea – pg. 11Brad Jersak: With Hope for All, Why Share Our Faith? -pg. 15

Can God Be Too Good? Part 8 by Monte Wolverton

What Does It All Mean? 1,500 years later—what does this mean for us? What about Ed Thompson—and his family in anguish and doubt over the fate of their atheist father? What about the billions of people in parts of India and China for whom Jesus is nothing more than a strange, foreign demigod? What about billions of Aztecs, ancient Egyptians, Babylonians and other men, women and children who, for all we know, died ages ago never knowing about Jesus? Are all these people “saved” or are they “lost”? While many religious institutions claim to know the answer, the truth is that no one can say for sure. What we do know is this: ...

Can God Be Too Good? Part 6 by Monte Wolverton

William Barclay (1907-1978) Professor, Theologian, Author, Greek Scholar Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism at the University of Glasgow,William Barclay dedicated his life to “making the best biblical scholarshipavailable to the average reader.” The result was the Daily Study Bible, a set of commentaries on the NewTestament, exploring verse by verse through Barclay’s own translation ofthe New Testament, listing and examining every possible interpretationknown to Barclay and providing all the background information he considered possibly relevant. The 17 volumes of the set were all instant best-sellers and continue ...

Can God Be Too Good? Part 5 by Greg Albrecht

How Free Is Free Will? by Greg Albrecht How much choice does any individual human actually have? We speak of "free will"—but how much of a choice to accept God's grace does anyone have, given the brainwashing and propaganda to which they are subjected? How much of a choice to accept God's grace does a young boy in a radicalized Muslim school have? How much of a choice to accept God's grace does someone have who is ensnared by some ultra fundamentalist church, where performance-based religion rules? Being in Christ is a divine invitation to an eternal relationship, open toeveryone. But being in Christ is not an automatic, divinely ...

Can God Be Too Good? Part 4 by Monte Wolverton

Historic Hopeful Universalists -- They Dared to Hope Many centuries ago, before Christian doctrine had become a political football, a few eminent Christian thinkers pondered the passages wehave just discussed—and exchanged their ideas openly. The early church fathers—especially those active before the council of Nicea in 313—lived during a time of doctrinal flux and formation, when believers were grappling with major theological issues. When we look at the selected quotes presented here, we get a brief and surprising glimpse into what they were thinking about universal reconciliation. Clement of Alexandria (c.150-c.215) was an ...

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A Wow Moment by Malea Emma

July 2020 Plain Truth

July 2020 CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: I Will Give You Rest – pg. 1Religious Games – pg. 2Faith is a Choice – pg. 6Forwarding to the Future – pg. 7Quotes & Connections – pg. 8