Forget Rob Bell. Is Ken Silva a Universalist?


I was surprised that Ken Silva has written a song, let alone a poem. I mean, that means there is some “softness” still which we cannot afford to have in the Truth War. Now, the poem was fine until this one line.

“Jesus died, He shed His blood, He’s not willing to lose — anyone.”

Ken did not preface this line with anything about the “Elect”… and Ken has spoken more than once that he is “not a Calvnist”. So we must only assume Ken means everyone will be saved in the end. Has Ken been infected by the emergents? Has all the “research” Ken has done over the years softened his heart brain and made him lose sight of the Absolute Truth of Hell? What’s next? Will Ken write a book about God wanting to save emergents?

Please pray as Ken seems to have begun an unfortunate spiral downward into relativistic Universalism. Hopefully Ken will return to his savage attacks on those who hold to the lie that God loves us.

3 Responses to Forget Rob Bell. Is Ken Silva a Universalist?

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