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Eric has a Master of Divinity with an emphasis in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Talbot School of Theology. He has experience in many areas of ministry including small groups, men's ministry, and youth ministry.  Originally from Southern California, he now lives with his wife and 3 children in Dallas, Texas. He enjoys watching sports and playing with his kids whether it is throwing the football around or a round of board games. Perplexus is life.

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Drew has a Master of Ministry in Intercultural Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary. He works alongside a church in Madrid doing evangelism, training, and discipleship. Originally from the Raleigh, North Carolina area, he has lived in Mexico, China, and India. He enjoys playing board games, watching movies, learning new languages and cultures, and discussing theology. He lives with his wife and daughter in Spain.

What is Provisionism?

A Mere Provisionism could be summed up in three statements*:

  1.  God loves everyone.

  2.  Christ died for everyone.

  3.  Anyone  can be saved.


*Some theologians would like to qualify these statements so as to make them meaningless. Here are a few nuances:

1 all unbelievers in the same way

2 all sins of everyone without exception

3 this is not hypothetical. This means everyone.


In short, we believe what almost all normal Christians throughout Christian history have.




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