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Does Belief in the Afterlife Affect Behavior Here?

Belief in the next world does not influence conduct as it would if it were genuine.  With that endless existence beyond death to look forward to, how trivial our lives here would seem!  63 more words

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new heaven and earth

I recommend J. Richard Middleton’s new book, A New Heaven and a New Earth, which is an encyclopedic resource on this topic. Middleton explains biblically and theologically why our final end is down here rather than up there, and makes this provocative statement that I happen to agree with. 639 more words

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The Christian View of Human Flourishing

In a lovely little book I recently read (see my review here), Miroslav Volf highlights the importance of the concept of human flourishing. Every individual wants to live the best life possible. 427 more words

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The Christian View of Human Flourishing

In a lovely little book I recently read (see my review here), Miroslav Volf highlights the importance of the concept of human flourishing. Every individual wants to live the best life possible. 427 more words

Theology

Book Review: Eyes Wide Open: Enjoying God in Everything by Steve DeWitt

As a music professor, a performing trombonist, and a Christian, I continually seek books that address fulfilling or considering my vocation in a God-glorifying manner. Books about “Christian music” are common, but often limited to discussing corporate worship, rarely inviting broader application. 817 more words

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The epistemological dangers of skepticism

Another great quotation from Chapter 3 of Chesterton’s Orthodoxy:

The last chapter has been concerned only with a fact of observation: that what peril of morbidity there is for man comes rather from his reason than his imagination.

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the comedy of bestiality

I don’t want to say much about this because it’s so perverse, but the latest sign that our culture has lost its sexual mind comes from… 125 more words

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