Dr. Brown Answers Your E-Questions

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Is there biblical ground for a divorce if one of the spouse is being abused physically? What do biblical scholars think about the New World Translation produced by Jehovah’s Witnesses? Can extreme hyper-grace teaching lead to universalism? Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

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  1. Thanks for answering my question on unversalism and Hyper Grace, Dr. Brown. Unfortunately I only just now was able to listen to the broadcast. I happen to know that the author in question does believe in Hell and gives an explanation of his views here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afloDCTwluY. My understanding is that he believes that everyone is already saved, sanctified, regenerated, and perfect. They just don’t know it yet. Those who God gives faith to and realize this will manifest salvation and perfection. He has complex views on election and will deny universalism all day long.

    What’s the impact of this teaching if he still believes in Hell and does not believe that everyone will end up in Heaven?

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