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David Jester: A Grave Three Feet Deep

It was a hot day in July when I returned home from the vet’s office. The oak trees shaded the yard, casting a cool canopy of shadow and gloom. 1,561 more words

Personal Stories

Should we still follow old folks' funeral beliefs?

I heard numerous funeral customs and traditions involving mothers and children. In every funeral that I’ve been to, people keep on reminding us that pregnant women… 178 more words

What the Future of Death Looks Like

At UCLA’s Donated Body Program, Dean Fisher uses a device to dissolve the dead bodies of donors. This alkaline hydrolysis machine, called the “Resomator,” turns bodies into liquid and pure white bone, which is then pounded and scattered at sea. 244 more words

Nonfiction

Cremate me, bro

The university from which I graduated is bordered on one side by Woodland Cemetery, which is 200 acres in size, according to the cemetery website… 418 more words

Opinion

Slippage

can’t recall when I slipped

and fell into my grave

all I know is that it

seemed premature

was it during my summer

or my winter of faith… 22 more words

POETRY

His Resurrection is our......

These words have been on my heart for several weeks. I am so grateful for the love of Jesus Christ.  His death, burial and resurrection gives me life today.   11 more words

Spiritual Encouragement

BURIAL, CREMATION, RESURRECTION

PMT 2017-065 by Alex Chediak, Ph.D. (Stream.org)

Gentry note: Postmillennialism is fully committed to historic, Bible-believing orthodoxy rather than to innovation. Consequently, we believe in a future physical resurrection of the bodies of all men.

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Ethics