Material Salvation What difference does it make when we recognise that we are mortal? These days an increasing number of Evangelical Biblical scholars recognise that human beings are material and mortal creatures. In this Conference Talk, we will explore the difference it makes when we acknowledge this important Scriptural truth.Recovering a biblical view of humanity … [Read more...]
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Edward Fudge writes Recently I was invited to be the guest for an hour on the Eric Metaxas radio talk show, broadcast nationwide. The interview aired yesterday, Wednesday, April 19, in the second hour.Eric was kind, courteous, and sincerely interested in the topic. He was also well-prepared, asked me about Hell and Mr. Fudge movie, and apparently had read rather broadly … [Read more...]
I only just found this video, (a lecture from 2008). The topic is very technical but I think Malcolm Jeeves makes a fantastic job of making the topic of the issue of the soul and neuroscience available to us as members of the general public.To pique your interest here is a quote The accumulating evidence from neuropsychology makes it extremely difficult to maintain a view … [Read more...]
I conclude this audio series with some thoughts about the limits of life, and a brief summary statement. It's like a box of chocolates If you are ever inclined to be philosophical, try an internet search for quotes that begin with the words “life is…”Some of my favourites are: “Life is what happens to you while you’re … [Read more...]
In this audio file, I talk about what Paul David Tripp calls "eternity amnesia" -- and its cure -- a resurrection perspective. A resurrection perspective Paul David Tripp calls it “eternity amnesia.” It is people living with no hope for the future. They live for today because they think today is all that we have. In his recent book, … [Read more...]