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How should Christians respond to Near Death Experiences?
In a recent Q and A session about the book of Revelation, Greg Boyd and Paul Eddy answer a question on How Christians should respond to claims of Near Death Experiences.
You can view the entire Q and A HERE.
Tags: Christian Life, Death, Greg Boyd, Kingdom Living, Sermons, Theology
Topics: Death and Salvation, End Times, Following Jesus
Lighten Up: Ball and Chain Theology
Let’s not allow our theology to keep us from encountering one another in meaningful ways.
The Holy Alternative
God is holy because he’s utterly “other” and distinct from anything in the created world. Certain objects are called holy because they’re set apart from common objects, having been consecrated to God for a special purpose. And God’s people are called to be holy by virtue of the radically different kind of life we live.…
Modern Theologians and the Centrality of Christ
During the twentieth century the development of a Christocentric reading of the Scriptures—which is crucial to understanding what I argue in Crucifixion of the Warrior God—surged in the wake of Karl Barth’s publication of his Romans commentary in 1916. It was justifiably described as a “bombshell” that fell “on the playground of the theologians,” demolishing…
Podcast: Dear Greg: My Friend Committed Suicide. Should I Pray for Her Soul?
When does our story end? Greg talks about suicide and praying for the dead. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0414.mp3
Revolting Against Classism
All fallen societies and religions have a tendency to rank people according to class. All have ways of separating the insiders from the outsiders, the holy from the unholy and the more important people from the less important people. Jesus revolted against classism by the way he lived, a way defined by the Kingdom. Now,…
The Evangelical Mind
Peter via Compfight As a follow-up to Rachel Held Evans’ thoughts yesterday on the Scandal of the Evangelical Heart, we thought we would post this reflection by Peter Enns about the Deeper Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. He claims that in the current environment when professors and pastors are constrained by the consequences of asking…