The Case for Conditional Immortality: A Brief(ish) Summary

Conditional Immortality

The following blog post is a guest post by Graham Ware. This is not Graham’s first guest post for me. As a fellow autism dad, Graham wrote this post for my autism blog. I know […]

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Sean McDowell on Evidence for Life After Death

Apologetics and Theology

Is there life after death? This is a question that almost everyone has wrestled with at some time. In this helpful video, Sean McDowell looks at this question. For more resources, make sure to visit […]

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Don’t Plan on Spending Eternity in Heaven

Heaven

What is the Gospel? Many would say that the Gospel is: If you believe in Jesus you will go to heaven when you die. There is much I could ask about that simple definition (e.g. […]

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Was the Bible Written Because People Were Afraid of Death?

Apologetics and Theology

“All religions are based on people’s fear of death and their desperate attempts to find hope after death.” Have you heard statements like this? Certainly the afterlife is an important part of many (but not […]

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6 Things You Need to Know About Hell

Apologetics and Theology

The purpose of this post is not to argue for a particular theory about hell. I simply want to make some clarifications to help people have a more biblical understanding. Here are six things that […]

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Jesus’ Resurrection and Disabilities

Disability and Faith

Easter Sunday is the most important day for Christians. It is the day that we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Does this have anything to say about disabilities? When we think of the afterlife, we […]

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Devotions: 1 Thessalonians

Apologetics and Theology

A devotion based on 1 Thessalonians 4:14. In 1 Thessalonians, Paul is dealing with a problem that is hard for us to imagine in our modern context. Christians in the early church thought that Jesus […]

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What We Can Learn From the Boy Who Didn’t Go to Heaven

Apologetics and Theology

One of the big things to happen on the religion scene recently is that Alex Malarkey, whose story was supposed to be told in the book The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven, came out saying […]

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Do People Who Commit Suicide Go to Heaven?

Apologetics and Theology

I have been asked many times about the eternal fate of people who commit suicide. Do people who commit suicide go to heaven? I need to make two things clear: I have never committed suicide, […]

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Religion as a Quest for Afterlife

Apologetics and Theology

It is common to hear the accusation that religion was created by those who feared death and needed some sort of afterlife.  Really?  And what research is that based on?  Your neighbour who had a […]

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