I know my regular readers know this, but, since this blog is open for anyone in the world to read, I want to state clearly that I'm not asking about the personalities, etc., of people involved in the movement. I don't want to gossip about people, as that will not serve any good purpose. With that caveat in mind, let's begin with three sets of questions:
- What do you make of this movement generally? Do you think it's inspiring? Why or why not?
- What do you think about the theological and philosophical underpinnings of the movement? Are they sound? Are there any pitfalls that should or could be corrected in the Primitive Salvationists' thinking?
- What do you think about their methods? What are some of their methods?
Feel free to add other information that may be helpful and to address other questions I haven't listed. As I noted before, please refrain from naming names if you have something critical to say. If you want to compliment someone by name, that's okay. But I really don't want this to become an analysis of people, their motives, etc., and I definitely don't want this to be a place where someone may be embarrassed.