Are We Dogmatic or In Doubt?
July 17, 2012, 4:09 pm
Filed under: Assurance, Dogmatism, Doubt, Tolerant Calvinism

by Scott Price

Are we dogmatic about the gospel or are we in doubt? Are we hot, cold, or lukewarm? Are we sure about the truth and have burned our bridges with false religion or do we want to “cover all the bases” by “leaving our options opened”?

 Consider the following excerpt from a letter, one of many, I wrote to this person who believed in a universal atonement:

“The Christ I love is the One you hate. The christ you love is the one I hate. We do not have two different views of the same God, I have a different God than you. He is precious to me and you despise Him. The christ that died for all and most are in Hell, I despise. As a matter of fact I spit on his grave because that is where a failed christ would still be (Romans 4:25). The bridges of false religion in my life have been burned down and cannot or will not be rebuilt. It would be like going back into the burning building I just came out of. ” Continue reading