The Saviour of All Fellowship is a legal non-profit organization. We teach that God will save all mankind (1 Timothy 2:4-6) and God is in fact the Saviour of all mankind (1 Timothy 4:10,11). All mankind will have their lives justified and will be made righteous (Romans 5:18,19) and will be made alive beyond the reach of death, subjected to Christ and then God will be All in all mankind (1 Corinthians 15:22-28). Furthermore all mankind will be reconciled to God per Colossians 1:20 and will be headed up in Christ (Eph.1:10) and that all mankind will bow IN the name of Jesus (some mistranslations improperly say at the name . . .), and will happily acclaim that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God, the Father (Philippians 2:8-11). We teach that Gods judgments are a necessity for mankind. The judgments for criminals who incur the death penalty will afterwards have their bodies cast into Gehenna (often mis-translated hell in some Bibles). This understanding comports with these verses:
And they fare forth and see the corpses of the mortals, the transgressors against Me, for their worm shall not die, and their fire shall not be quenched, and they become a repulsion to all flesh (Isa 66:24).
And which Jesus related to in this discourse:
And if your hand should ever be snaring you, strike it off. It is ideal for you to be entering into life maimed, rather than, having two hands, to come away into Gehenna, into the unextinguished fire (44) where their worm is not deceasing and the fire is not going out. (45) And if your foot should be snaring you, strike it off. For it is ideal for you to be entering into life maimed or lame, rather than, having two feet, to be cast into Gehenna, into the unextinguished fire, (46) where their worm is not deceasing and the fire is not going out. (47) And if your eye should be snaring you, cast it out. It is ideal for you to be entering into the kingdom of God one-eyed, rather than, having two eyes, to be cast into the Gehenna of fire, (48) where their worm is not deceasing and the fire is not going out (Mark 9:43-48).
In Strong's it states this concerning Gehenna in Mark 9:43 prejudicing the student against a proper understanding of Gehenna:
The above judgment is not everlasting nor is it hell either literally or figuratively. Gehenna is the garbage dump in the valley just to the south of Jerusalem where, during the 1000 year kingdom the residents thereof will burn the city trash and worms will consume where the fires are not burning. Those fires will not be quenched during the 1000 years and those worms will not cease during that time as well. It is not for all mankind but has to do with the judging within the kingdom of Israel. This kingdom is going to be set up by Christ for His millennial reign. The judgment for all mankind comes at the cessation of that 1000 year eon where they will stand before the great white throne and then have their bodies cast into the lake of fire which is called the second death. (see Revelation 20:11-15). We do not believe there is any conscious torment for these people since they will be in the death state once again.
But God is not done with humanity. Later, God will save all mankind.
The Saviour of All Fellowship is not a separate sect of Christianity with membership and a set doctrinal statement. If anything of this sort, we are a group of believers seeking to present the Scriptural and evangelical truth of Gods purpose to save all mankind through the death and resurrection of Christ, and to defend this teaching against attacks made upon it. Those working with us have many diverse associations with various Christian movements and organizations.
I have been much interested in current postions of conservative, Biblically based scholarship on the relationship of the cross to those who died in unbelief. There seems to be a great deal of fuzziness about the gospel itself. Did Christ die for all without exception, and if so is God able to carry out His will to save all He wills to save (1 Tim.2:4)? Or does God not will to save all without exception, so that Christ died only for the elect? Few seem bold enough to speak of Gods love, power and wisdom in equally unreserved terms. When the subject is brought up we hear much said about human free-will or human depravity, but that only betrays an unwillingness to face the issue. The gospel tells of Gods achievement, and the question is: What did God achieve in the death and resurrection of Christ?
Yours in His Grace,
Dean Hough and Tony Nungesser