Today, there seems to be a growing popularity amongst some who profess to know Christ, to also proclaim that Hell is no longer a reality worthy of a Christian’s sober consideration and declaration.
Unfortunately, this seems to be particularly prevalent amongst those who would identify themselves as “Trinitarian[i] or Perichoresis [ii] discoverers”.
For example, take this publically posted remark by one such person:
"So hell is now off the menu for me. The original biblical texts don't mention it, Jesus condemned nobody to it, the apostles in the early church didn't preach it and for 500 years nobody believed it. Frankly, it is middle ages, flat earth theology that has no place in genuine faith communities. And given that it causes untold physical, mental, emotional and psychological damage, the sooner we are rid of it the better."
Really? I don’t think so.
[i] Trinitarian referring to both the Triune Nature of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit as well as the theological implications particularly on the Doctrine of Election and the Doctrine of Salvation.
[ii] Perichoresis is the term coined by the early Church to describe the inner Trinitarian life of God and the mutual indwelling without loss of distinction by each of the three Persons of the Divine Trinity. From the Greek word “peri” meaning around and “choreo” meaning dance; as in choreography, thus often referred to as “The Great Dance”.
Acts 2 1-13
“What does this mean?” (Acts 2:12)
Jewish Feast of Weeks/Pentecost is Fulfilled in The Church’s In-gathering (Eph. 2:11-22)