A Universalist Catholic Account Of The Last Things

I affirm the dogmatic, three-fold, Catholic eschatological division of Hell, Purgatory and Heaven. However I understand these three realities in ways that are different to the standard presentation, and I also propose a fourth realm which I'm not sure what to call, but will tentatively refer to as Teleoeschaton. Finally, there is also a state … Continue reading A Universalist Catholic Account Of The Last Things

“How beautiful are the feet of those who preach good news!”

The Gospel is - at its' core - an unconditional promise: "God loves you, unconditionally", but this is merely a statement of abstract theological fact. It does not begin to become "Good news" without some sort of elaboration attached: "That's all well and good, but what does it mean for ME?" "God loves you, unconditionally, … Continue reading “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach good news!”

Testimony – Catholic to Universalist

(Go to Part 1: "Agnostic to Christian") Clashing with my Past It was mid-2014. After my realisation that I was already a Catholic, I begun to do a total practical transition from Protestantism to Catholicism: I stopped attending church at St Barnabas, convinced that it was all false teaching. I slowly stopped attending Credo events … Continue reading Testimony – Catholic to Universalist

Speculations Concerning The Origins and Destiny of Evil

The Problem of Evil The Problem of Evil is probably the single most compelling objection that an Atheist can raise when confronted with an advocate for classical theism. If you believe in an omnipotent, omniscient, omnibenevolent God, the problem of evil has already locked on to you and loaded up an array of philosophical cruise … Continue reading Speculations Concerning The Origins and Destiny of Evil