November 13, 2019

Tag - Eschatology

Dueling Clowns

French Jean Paul Sartre once defined Hell as other people. I might go him one better and define it as other people just like one’s self. The road to Hell is paved, not with good intentions, but with selfish preferences. People that choose this...

The Final Things

Throughout our lives, we are exposed to sin, darkness, sickness, and ultimately— death. However, in joining ourselves to Jesus Christ and His Church, we are provided with hope. In receiving this hope, we are like the Psalmist: How lovely is...

Even A Revival Did Not Save Them

One of the joys of reading is that with a good imagination and a good author, you can step back in time and live an important event in history. So, with at least half of those requirements met, let us enter the time machine of our mind, and close...

Our Accountability To God

If ever you’re on the TV game show Jeopardy and one of the categories is “The Violin,” you can be sure that one of the questions will probably be about Antonio Stradivari, who lived 300 years ago.  He wasn’t a violinist himself, but a violin maker. ...

Stay Awake!

Have you ever had the experience in which you repeatedly encounter the same idea or theme over and over again?  I did last week.  It started with my reading a book titled “Heaven is for Real” written by Todd Burpo.  In the book the author describes...

The Vision In Which We Live

One of the great questions found in literature, philosophy, and in the history of ideas is the fact that we are a mixture of good and evil, both in our own personal lives and in our culture with its array of institutions. The fundamental question is...

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