A Very Big View of Redemption — Robin Phillips

My brother Robin makes a thought provoking point in his recent post for The Colson Center titled “A Very Big View of Redemption.”

Robin points out the mistake of thinking that the redemption God offers to humanity is merely a redemption from sin. This limits the scope of God’s ultimate plan. Rather, we should focus on what we are being redeemed for. Thinking this way opens up an abundance of thought possibilities regarding God’s plan for us and for the world.


About Gregory Phillips

With my novels, I aim to shine light on universal truth through the hero’s journey. My characters are strong and relatable, regardless of one’s background or belief system. Aspirational stories, creatively set in compelling cities or amidst dramatic historical events. My first novel, “Love of Finished Years” won the Chaucer Award in historical fiction, as well as the Grand Prize for best book of the year across all genres in the Chanticleer Reviews international writing competition. It is coming out in Jannuary 2018 through Sillan Pace Brown.

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