When I took the plunge about 4 years ago and studied Christian Universalism, I was already opening myself up to criticism. They believe that all people will somehow get to know Jesus in spite of his bad reputation which the majority of Christians give him. And then, they could go to heaven.
But they still believe in the Apostles and Nicene creed which are pretty standard beliefs of Christians. Also, don’t you think it is rather arrogant to think that all the really good people in the world who are not Christian will somehow come around to the truth that Jesus is their Lord and Savior.
If you had opened your heart to Jesus, there would be a profound transformation, an amazing, life-changing freedom that you, Patricia have yet to experience.
It’s weird. These basic teachings are rarely taught in sermons, especially the sermons I listened to at the local church we used to attend together. I’m doing my best to focus on the universal laws that I believe our Creator wrote on our hearts.
Friend: And God’s word is very clear. I respect your choices. But they do not line up with the God of the Bible.
Friend: I do love you though. Or else I would just let you slip off the cliff without throwing you a rope. Consider this to be the ONLY rope you are going to receive from me.
I would love to hear your comments. Have you had similar experiences with Christians before? Or are you a Christian and concerned about my salvation?