The other day TIME Magazine picked up a Patheos post from a different channel in which the author asked us to imagine Christianity without Hell.
A Christianity without hell would be largely unevangelical, since there would be nothing to save anyone from.
A Christianity without hell would trust that God’s loving benevolence towards all people (emphasis on all) extends beyond this life and into the next.
Scrolling across my minds eye now is one of my favorite proverbs from a book that is full of wisdom, [Read more...]
And once again, it’s inconvenient to the spirit of the age. But regardless of whether that is the case, the cycle of readings lead us to the passage where Jesus tells the story of Lazarus and the rich man in the gospel reading this Sunday. [Read more...]