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James Goetz is a philosopher and theologian. His theories include the universal wormhole, semiclassical theism, semiclassical Christianity, Relative-Social Trinitarianism, natural law theory of identity, and conditional futurism. His progressive Christian views include advocacy of gender equality, religious freedom, same-sex marriage, technical chastity, theistic evolution, and Christian universalism.
He wrote Conditional Futurism: New Perspective of End-Time Prophecy. He also published in Theology and Science, The Journal of Analytic Theology, The Journal Jurisprudence, Perspectives of Science and Christian Faith, and OpEdNews. He blogs at TheoPerspectives.
Marriage Equality and the 14th Amendment
The US Supreme Court finally agreed to analyze the implications of the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution and marriage equality. In this case, multitudes of LGBT Americans yearn for marriage and feel discriminated against when state governments prohibit same-sex marriage. Many of these LGBT people who desire marriage are lesbians and gays who never desired heterosexual romance....
Monday, March 23, 2015(6 comments)
Restricted Free Will and Conditional Universalism
I believe that postmortem conversions will eventually result in universalism. Some critics object to my conclusion of universalism. For example, some object to the conclusions of my biblical research about postmortem conversions. Others object that the concept of universalism is impossible because universalism implies that God would violate human free will while God would never do that.
Monday, August 22, 2016(6 comments)
Relativity Predicts Universal Wormhole
Matterless wormhole theory predicts a potential universal wormhole. Researcher James Goetz theorizes that extra-dimensional relativity indicates a possible omnicluster of matterless wormholes or in other words a universal wormhole.
Thursday, April 9, 2015(2 comments)
Revision of Restricted Free Will and Conditional Universalism
My article "Restricted Free Will and Conditional Universalism" indicated how various models of free will relate to Christian universalism, but my definition of Arminian free will lacked clarity. I thank theologian Roger Olson for bringing this to my attention. Please consider the following revision of my perspective.
Shades of Sexual Ethics and Amnesia
The commentator reflects on different views of sexual ethics. Thirty years ago, he shifted from a promiscuous view to a conservative view. Recently, he reconsidered a moderate view of sexuality.
Monday, January 5, 2015(1 comments)
My Dream of Equality
A straight white man's dream for LGBT marriage equality. This piece begins with a genuine dream followed by the dreamer's interpretation.