Tag: Greg Boyd

VIDEO: What does it mean to be saved? (Boyd)

Here’s two clips of a sermon by Greg Boyd called ‘Taking Out the Trash‘(5/11/2008) where he addresses the central question: What does it mean to “get saved?” Many people (especially people in the United States) see salvation as a one time event and the result of “believing” certain things about God. […]

My Spiritual Mentors

Few teachers have been more influential in my spiritual journey through college and seminary (and beyond) than Greg Boyd and Paul Eddy.  One of the lessons I’m trying to learn from them is not to take myself too seriously.  Here’s yet another teaching moment.  I’m taking notes. =) […]

Q&A – Do all religions lead to God?

Question: Don’t all religions offer different paths to the same ultimate reality or destination?  Aren’t all religions equally valid sources of spiritual truth and salvation? Answer: The Bible is very clear that Jesus is the pathway to coming into a saving relationship with the Creator God.“I am the way, […]

Q&A – Can Someone Lose their Salvation?

Our youth group grappled with the tough question last night: “Can someone lose their salvation?”  We discussed both sides of the issue while presenting some of the Biblical evidence on each side.  The Reformed tradition is quite firm on their doctrines of God’s “Unconditional Election” of certain individuals […]