Where Was Jesus Between Good Friday and Easter Sunday?

Apologetics and Theology

Christians focus on the events of Good Friday and Easter Sunday: the death and resurrection of Jesus. But where was Jesus between those two events? The easy answer is the grave. However, when people ask […]

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Orthodox Christians and Conditional Immortality

Conditional Immortality

I’m teaching a course on Contemporary Religious Movements at Tyndale University College. One of the common beliefs shared by a number of these groups is belief in annihilationism of conditional immortality. The question to be […]

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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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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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What are the Gates of Hell?

Apologetics and Theology

One of the most well known verses in the Gospels is this: “And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not […]

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A Loving God and Hell

I heard on a podcast this morning a question about why God didn’t create a world where more or even all people went to heaven. No one is comfortable with the idea of people going […]

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Annihilationism and Evangelism

I was recently listening to a podcast about annihilationism, that is the belief that the wicked do not suffer for eternity in hell but are simply destroyed.  I am not planning on discussing the merits […]

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Rob Bell and Love Wins

I have decided to jump on the Rob bell bandwagon.  There is a lot of buzz about Rob Bell’s new book Love Wins.  You can watch the promo here. Despite being someone who appreciates Rob […]

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Losing His Religion

A fellow blogger recently posted his reasons for walking away from Christianity. The last I checked, there were almost a thousand responses to his post. He obviously struck a nerve with both believers and unbelievers. […]

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