Well, I do believe that Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world which is a commission given to him by the Father but I don’t regular associate myself with the title “universalist”. I realize that for you, a Christian, embracing all of the nonsense coming out of Christianity is something you signed up for but by no means am I to be subjected to such foolery. God says that He “wills” to save all men and you Christians pray, THY WILL BE DONE not even believing that God will actually even accomplish His will. Not only do you lie you make God out to be a liar too… What I find interesting with Christians is that you all are very consistent when it comes to repeating and regurgitating the lies and traditions of men that has been shoved down your throats by man’s religion.
Your beliefs are loaded with fallacies so let me make an attempt to dispel them even though I am sure you will reject it seeing that Christians DESPISE the word of God…
In regards to the “kingdom of God”, we read this in 1 Corinthians 15:22;
For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.
Name one person that doesn’t die in Adam? Don’t worry I’ll wait… since all die in Adam and we know that this is referring to ALL Humanity, why is it that you cannot see that the same ALL is in view here when being made alive in Christ? Let me tell you why you cannot see… You don’t want to see it just like you don’t want God to accomplish His will. Christians think they are special and they don’t want God to do for others what they believe He has done for them. Is selfishness a fruit of the spirit? I don’t think so but it is this Christian selfishness that attempts to rob God of all the glory by suggesting that He will fail at having His will come to pass and accomplishing everything He has set His mind to do.
Let me offer you yet another verse that you Christians hate that matches what we read in 1 Corinthians 15:22;
Romans 5:18 So then as through one transgression there resulted condemnation to all men, even so through one act of righteousness there resulted JUSTIFICATION OF LIFE TO ALL MEN.
What do you do with this scripture? How do you reconcile the nonsense you believe with Romans 5:18? The only thing you can do is LIE! The same “ALL MEN” is in view here comparing Adam’s transgression to Christ’s righteousness. We know for a fact that everyone is subject to sin and death because of Adam’s transgression likewise, because of Christ’s righteousness, life will be granted to everyone. What you fail to understand is that ALL will trust Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of their sins in GOD’S TIMING not yours. Christians take credit for what only God can do… you say that you trust in Jesus Christ… you mean the same Jesus Christ you believe will fail at saving the world? You have no problem with believing in Adam the Killer of the world but you have no faith in Jesus Christ, the Life-Giver of the world. Seems to me that you have more trust in Adam (the carnal man) than you do Christ, (the spiritual man). Can you not see that all this stuff is God’s work? Believers are God’s achievement not the achievement of the individual believer. What did you do to be subjected to condemnation because of Adam’s transgression? You weren’t even born yet so the answer is NOTHING… You didn’t have to do a thing to be subjected to sin and death yet you believe that God cannot cause His own creation to be so overwhelmed with love and knowledge that all are eventually compelled to follow Christ? Belief is a gift from God, God does the drawing and choosing, God gives His Holy Spirit to the believers that He first gave the faith necessary to even be believers, and God works in the believer to do His will, so all is of God… What did you do? If God is in you working in you to do His will then who are you to claim God’s work as you own? Maybe you should read Daniel 4 and see what God did to King Nebuchadnezzar when he took responsibility for God’s work.
Now, in regards to the kingdom of God that you don’t believe “ALL” will be included in, I just showed you with scripture that ALL will be give life in Christ so let me expand upon God’s glorious truth…
1 Corinthians 15:22-24 Even as all who are in Adam die, so also all who are in Christ will be made alive. But each one in his proper order: Christ, the firstfruits, then those who belong to Christ in his presence. Then the final stage of completion comes, when he will bring to an end every other rulership, authority, and power, and he will hand over his kingdom to Father God.
Let me show you how your Christian forefathers tried to steal God’s glory by changing His word. Notice how they started a new sentence in verse 24 when we read, the final stage of completion comes… That phrase is included in the all being made alive in Christ. Here is the order of God’s great resurrection harvest;
1) Christ, who is the firstfruit,
2) Those who belong to Christ at his second coming, God’s elect,
3) And then, the final stage of completion – the last group of all being made alive in Christ which is the salvation of the world!
What does it say at the end of verse 24? What is it that Christ will hand over to God the Father? His KINGDOM which includes ALL of humanity being made alive which culminates in God being ALL in ALL (verse 28).
When all things are subjected to Him, then the Son Himself also will be subjected to the One who subjected all things to Him, so that GOD MAY BE ALL IN ALL.
Who is left out of ALL in ALL?
John 3:16 is one of Christianity’s most popular verses yet Christianity doesn’t even know that the verse they love to quote is mistranslated. Let me provide for you 3 more responsible translations that carry over the proper meanings of the original Greek;
Young’s Literal Translation – for God did so love the world, that His Son — the only begotten — He gave, that everyone who is believing in him may not perish, but may have LIFE AGE-DURING.
Rotherham’s Emphasized Bible – For God, so loved, the world, that, his Only Begotten Son, he gave,—that, whosoever believeth on him, might not perish, but have LIFE AGE-ABIDING.
The Concordant Literal New Testament – For thus God loves the world, so that He gives His only-begotten Son, that everyone who is believing in Him should not be perishing, but may be having LIFE EONIAN.
The word in question here is the Greek word “aionios” which most translations that follow after the spurious translation of the KJV render as the English word “eternal”. This is a grave translation error. The Greek word “aionios” is the adjective form of its root noun “aion” which is translated properly as an AGE. An adjective cannot take on a different or higher meaning from which the noun it gets derived from so just as hourly pertains to hours and yearly pertains to years, aionios pertains to aions which is properly rendered as age-abiding or lasting for the ages. The “eternal” heresy began with the translation of the Greek into Latin as Latin preceded English. The Greek “aionios” was improperly translated into the Latin “eternus” when the Greek manuscripts were translated into Latin. Instead of translating “aionios” directly from the Greek manuscripts, English bible translators carried over the same faulty Latin translation of eternus that created the English eternity. This really would be a little consequence if it didn’t have anything to do with people being barbecued alive for all “eternity” in Christianity’s pagan hell but since it does, the consequences are grave. Now I’ve had many Christians argue that believers are promised “eternal life” so the word must mean eternal otherwise the life of the believer would end. This logic is faulty because it assumes that time will last forever but we already know that time comes to an end at the consummation of the ages. Time has a beginning and an end, time is not eternal. So if believers don’t receive eternal life, how do they live forever? Believers live forever because believers are given IMMORTALITY in the resurrection and it matters little what age an immortal person is living in because immortal people can’t die. While the rest of the world is in the grave suffering the punishment of being “perished” for the age, the saints of God are resurrected to immortality where they reign with Christ in the upcoming age. There is a future age of judgment after that age when God will resurrect the wicked and unbelieving populations to be judged but God judges in RIGHTEOUSNESS.
Isaiah 26:9 With my soul I have desired You in the night, yes, by my spirit within me I will seek You early; for WHEN YOUR JUDGMENTS ARE IN THE EARTH, THE INHABITANTS OF THE WORLD WILL LEARN RIGHTEOUSNESS.
Are God’s “judgments” presently in the earth? Who are God’s judgments? The saints of God…
1 Corinthians 6:2 Do you not know that the saints will judge the world?
According to you, God will judge the world in eternal torture with fire but thankfully for the world, God is not subject to do what you think! God judges to correct and to instruct in righteousness just like any sensible parent would do with their own children. If carnal humans are capable of executing corrective judgment with their children, how much more will the Creator of the Universe be when He corrects His creation?
God’s judgments are yet “future” as in the upcoming resurrection events recorded in Daniel 12:2 And many of those who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, some to shame and everlasting contempt.
If this shame and contempt is allegedly supposed to be everlasting, then who are the many being “TURNED” to righteousness in the very next verse?
Daniel 12:3 Those who are wise shall shine like the brightness of the firmament, and those who turn many to righteousness like the stars forever (for the age) and ever (beyond).
Does “turning to righteousness” not sound like repentance to you? We have those who are wise and we have the many being turned to righteousness… Those that are wise are the ones that rise to “AGE-ABIDING” life but they are made immortal so they don’t need everlasting life.
Obadiah 1:21 Then SAVIORS (plural) shall come to Mount Zion to judge the mountains of Esau (the world of carnal humanity), and the “kingdom” shall be the Lord’s.
God’s wise immortal judges will serve as “saviors” that will turn many to righteousness after they overcome the shame and contempt of God’s change producing “AGE-LASTING” judgment. Remember, they LEARN RIGHTEOUSNESS through God’s judgment and once you learn something through judgment the judgment ends so God’s judgment is not everlasting. According to all of Christianity, judgment triumphs over mercy seeing that Christianity teaches and believes that God’s judgment is everlasting but do we have a scripture to support that nugget of deception? Of course not and to be matter of fact, we have a scripture that tells us the exact opposite… Mercy triumphs OVER judgment, (James 2:13) and this proves that judgment could never be everlasting.
The salvation of all is most certainly not a lie… It is God’s will and purpose for all of His creation and you prove by your own words that you not only despise the word of God, you deny and reject the very Jesus Christ you claim to trust in. Now, God has spoken and He “says” that He (wills) to save all… Jesus Christ is the “Word of God” so when God speaks and “SAYS” that He wills to save all, that declaration is a revelation of who Jesus Christ is! Jesus Christ is the SAVIOR OF THE WORLD!
When Christians are presented which such damning evidence what do they do? Well, the first things they do is they try to change the actual word of God or the interpretation thereof. They try to say that the word “will” as it is recorded in 1 Timothy 2:4 only means desire or pleasure as if God cannot have what he wants regardless if it is His will, desire, thoughts, or pleasure… If I show you a scripture that says that God will do ALL HIS PLEASURE would you believe that? I doubt it but there is such a scripture and it is recorded in Isaiah 46:10;
Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times things that are not yet done, saying, “MY COUNSEL SHALL STAND, AND I WILL DO ALL MY PLEASURE”, calling a bird of prey from the east, the man who executes My counsel, from a far country. Indeed I have spoken it; I will also bring it to pass. I have purposed it; I will also do it.
What do you have to say now? You do not trust in or follow Christ… you follow Christendom and you made that clear in your first statement when you stated and I’ll quote you verbatim saying, “you done went fleeing out of orthodoxy”. Christianity has doctrines that a person must believe if they want to be a Christian. Christians cannot question or criticize the dogmas of Christianity without being labeled a heretic and it matters little if said doctrines, creeds, or statements of faith are based on lies. Your fight is with God not me as I am nothing more than a messenger but my words will serve as a testimony against you and the crooked religion you worship.