I’ve been a little blog silent for a while. The series on how ethics are pursued in the Bible (and beyond) was an intensive effort for me, and I was all meditated out.
When I was in college, I asked a guy in my Intro. to Philosophy class if he would still be a Christian even if he would still end up in Hell. After class, he caught me on my way out and said, “Probably not.” That kind of honesty is what spurs good spiritual growth.
The ideas around what happens to us after we die are a big part of the messaging in the evangelical world, today. The entire story of God and His people is told in a way that orients it around what is perceived to be the key problem: sinners who die go to Hell. This begs a solution: Jesus paid the penalty for your…
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