Tag Archives: hell

I wonder Wednesday Curriculum

I wonder wednesdays They ditched the Alpha program and made this. From Ground Motive ICS Simply stated, Nik argues that Scripture is a story about the work of God and humanity making a home, a place in this world defined by … Continue reading

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John Suk Reflects back on his preaching

and heaven and hell More on heaven

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“Lord, Will Only a Few Be Saved?”

The Question The question is always heard in a context. Why ask Jesus this Question? The unidentified person who asked Jesus this question asked it to Jesus for a reason. People were wondering about Jesus. He had exhibited power in … Continue reading

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Vocation, Skye and Willi

In the same podcast on the end of Christian retail Phil, Skye and Christian discuss vocation. After listening to the podcast I read Eugene Peterson’s memoir chapter on Willi Ossa. Willi was the church janitor where Peterson was working as … Continue reading

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Study on the correlation between societal religious beliefs and crime rates

I remember reading a study a couple of years ago that found correlation between productivity and a belief in hell. This one finds a correlation between a belief in hell and crime rates. Huffington Post. 

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Heaven and Hell Questions in the light of the Self and the Face of the one on the Throne

A post on CRC Voices about the final judgment, about whether a person goes to hell when they die, or is it Hades and then hell, etc. A discussion started and I shared these thoughts. Part of the puzzle is … Continue reading

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Insecure allergic reactionaries

This is the human condition. We long to be seen but are terrified of rejection or judgment. When Jesus says “broad is the road that leads to destruction” he is not exaggerating. There are more ways into hell than there … Continue reading

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