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A paradigm shirt in my understanding of our purpose as Christ-followers. Exciting to know we are not just biding time here trying to save others "out of" this wicked world, but we... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrea
This book suprised me! It wasn't so much an eschatology book as it was a huge insight in how this hope that we have as Christians should motivate us to live in the present. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Yoram Adriaanse
Wonderful resource for the serious theologian. In great detail and with great insight, Wright explains the ways in which hope is inherent in the Gospel account of Jesus Christ.Published 1 month ago by Danny Chamblee
A fine consideration of what our future hope consists of. The resurrection of the saints is a literal, bodily resurrection and with it comes the end of all that this earth is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott Sharman
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|What do we mean by 'resurrection of the body'?||
Great answer! It's hard to know if we are dichotic or trichotic. I lean toward trichotic, our soul is bought and paid for by God, thus perfect. Our spirit can sin, causing the need of our Redeemer. Our material bodies our temporary tents. I have a hard time believing our soul goes to a... Read More
Aug 25, 2008 by Jesse Ahmann | See all 5 posts
|The strange absence of Christian hope in the resurrection narratives.||
In the gospels, the disciples take on Jesus was an Earthly Messiah. Resurrection, however, much he discussed it in parables, indeed explained it's significance to the disciples they really didn't get it on their radars until afterwards. The joy and the hope of the resurrection came afterwards... Read More
Feb 12, 2008 by Christie L. Dunn | See all 3 posts