Do All Infants Go to Heaven When They Die? A Reply to Those Who Answer in the Negative

The idea is simple enough: the guilt of Adam is passed on to all the inhabitants of the human race. Therefore, infants who die need to be saved just as much as adult sinners. So far so good. The real fork in the road occurs when some go on to say that since the Scriptures [...]

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The Case for Utter Hopelessness (Free PDF of my Book Now Available)

After having interacted with a number of people who have read my latest book, and who have expressed a wide variety of feelings ranging from outright disgust to sincere appreciation, my central convictions have not changed.  If there is no God, and if we are but a momentary flash in an ocean of time, having [...]

Limited Expiation and The Universal Well-Meant Offer: Illustrating Further the Logical Problem

Imagine two men sitting at the bottom of two pits. They love the filth and darkness and are more troll like than human. In short time, both will die in their diseased pits. Because of God's love for both of the men, He drops a rope down to them and calls out, “Grab the rope! [...]

Limited Expiation and The Well-Meant, Universal Gospel Offer: A Logical Problem

Here's my attempt to state as clearly and succinctly as possible the logical problem that exists between limited satisfaction and the universal gospel offer. Note that this problem cannot be resolved by appealing to our ignorance of who is elect and non-elect in evangelism. What we know or do not know about the people around [...]

What is Hyper-Calvinism? A Lecture by Dr. Curt Daniel

Hyper-Calvinism is not only often misunderstood, but elements of it have unwittingly crept into the thinking of various Calvinists. Perhaps the most common aspect is a denial of the well-meant offer, which is the teaching that God desires the salvation of the non-elect.  Hyper-Calvinists robustly deny this claim.  They maintain that God does not desire [...]