Here are the facts…

Back in 2021, I wrote a book-length Bible study going over all the relevant passages of Scripture that I believe prove the eventual salvation of all humanity (which you can find here), as well as all of the passages that are used to try to defend the doctrine of never-ending punishment, in order to demonstrate that the latter batch of passages don’t actually mean what most people assume they do. And if you’re reading this, someone has likely given you a link to the study.

Since publishing the study, I’ve sent it to thousands of different Christians, with many of them promising to read it and send me a written refutation of the scriptural interpretations and arguments I made in it. Well, over the years, I’ve received exactly zero refutations of the study. To be fair, I received a few attempts at refuting the first two or three points before they gave up, but had they taken the time to read the whole thing before writing what they did (as I advised them to do in the study’s introduction), they’d have discovered that every argument they made was already answered thoroughly further on in the study (sometimes in the very paragraph which came after the one they stopped reading at).

What’s interesting, however, is that a fair number of other Christians, many of them highly educated, instead wrote back saying that they couldn’t make heads nor tails of what I was trying to say in the study, with the term “word salad” tossed at me more than once. At least one of them, who had apparently read many complicated university textbooks over the years, told me that the sentences in the document were pure gibberish, as though I’d just thrown random words on the page, and that he simply had no idea what I was trying to say in it.

Why this is interesting is because of the last group of people who got back to me. You see, quite literally every single person who told me they actually read the whole study through to the end also told me that they’re now believers in the doctrine of the salvation of all humanity (and that they weren’t before they began reading it), with many of them telling me the study made perfect sense and that it was actually quite easy to understand (some of them even told me they normally had a difficult time reading books, and that this was one of the few longer reads they were able to get through), and that anyone who read the whole thing would definitely be convinced the Bible indeed teaches the salvation of all.

Had this only happened a couple times, I could have chalked it up to coincidence. But the fact that it just keeps happening over and over again tells me there’s a supernaturally-induced blindness being enforced on most people who try to read it, in order to prevent those who aren’t meant to see the truth from believing the true Gospel (which includes the salvation of all), lining up perfectly with what 2 Corinthians 4:3-4 says: “But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost: In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.”

This tells me that the scriptural interpretations and arguments in the study are indeed correct, and that God just won’t allow most Christians to read the whole thing because, if they did, they’d certainly come to believe the true Gospel as explained in the study, and they’d then get saved.

So if you’ve been sent a link to the study and can’t finish reading it, it just means you aren’t meant to understand it at this time. But don’t worry. At the Great White Throne Judgement it will all become clear to you. And if God has chosen you for membership in the true body of Christ (not to be confused with the Christian religion), He’ll reveal the truths in the study to you at some point before you die or before Jesus returns.

And if you’re someone who has already come to understand and believe the truths in the study, and are ever having doubts, the fact that many intelligent Christians are incapable of reading what you did should be all the proof you’ll ever need that you’re on the right track.