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A Look Inside the New Issue of Credo Magazine

The new issue of Credo Magazine is now here: Will all Be Saved?

Will all be saved? There are few questions as sensitive as this one. It is sure to provoke an emotional response. For many, to answer “no” is to compromise the very character of God. A God who does not save everyone cannot be a God of love. In response, sometimes evangelicals rattle off texts that say Jesus is the only way or texts that teach the doctrine of hell, all the while neglecting the heart of the matter: the character of God himself. In this issue, pastors and professors alike look at the claims of universalism and show that the reason they fumble is first and foremost because they compromise attributes of God like justice and, yes, even love. Whether you are a churchgoer, pastor, or theologian yourself, it is only a matter of time before someone you love wrestles with universalism. It might even be you. So, prepare now.

Featured Articles

Shall All Be Saved? A Review of David Bentley Hart’s Case for Universal Salvation by Alan Gomes

The Many Fish that Swim in the Universalist Pond: A Primer on Universalisms by Michael McClymond

The Gag-Reflex and the Doctrine of Hell: Realigning Our Emotional Response to God’s Justice by Denny Burk

If God is Love, Then Why Won’t Everyone be Saved? Justice and Love Displayed at the Cross of Christ by Todd Pruitt

Was Paul a Universalist? Reading Texts in Context by Joshua Greever

Why Are Progressive Christians Attracted to Universalism? How a Distorted View of God Distorts Our View of Good by Scott Smith


First principles: How can God be so bold? Universalism’s crosshairs and the just simplicity of divine gratuity by Matthew Barrett

Universalism: False and Unscriptural: A Doctrine Rejected by the Masses by Archibald Alexander


The Opiate of Theologians: Interview with Michael J. McClymond (part one)

Let God Be God: Interview with Michael J. McClymond (part two)

10 Questions with Daniel J. Treier

Book Reviews

Reclaiming Orthodoxy for Evangelicals by Glenn Butner, Jr.

Union with Christ and the Problem of Identity by J. V. Fesko

The Secret of the Christian Life by Matthew Neidig


Read the new issue today: Will all Be Saved?

Joseph Lanier

Joseph Lanier (Ph.D., Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is an elder at Emmaus Church in Kansas City, where he oversees the Emmaus Institute. He is joyfully married to Kristen and they have two children.

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