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Podcast: Isn’t Annihilationism Violent?
Greg considers the fate of the unsaved.
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Podcast: What Do Near Death Experiences Tell Us About Purgatory?
Greg continues purging his views on purgatory. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0341.mp3
Reflecting on Henry and the Heart of God
Several years ago Jessica and Ian had their theology revolutionized by coming in contact with the vision of God and the warfare worldview that ReKnew ministries stands for. Tragically, this last September this wonderful couple learned that their precious 4-year-old son Henry had a massive brain tumor and that he had only months to live.…
Does God Have a Dark Side?
In the previous post, I argued that we ought to allow the incarnate and crucified Christ to redefine God for us rather than assume we know God ahead of time and then attempt to superimpose this understanding of God onto Christ. When we do this, I’ve argued, we arrive at the understanding that the essence…
Podcast: Can a Person Choose Jesus After Death, and is that Fair for Everyone?
Greg points his analytical periscope into the afterlife to consider the complicated nature of sanctification. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0110.mp3
Video Q&A: Is One’s Eternal Destiny Fixed at Death?
Does God continue to work with people after death? Is one’s eternal destiny fixed at death? Is the work of sanctification irrelevant? Here Greg shares his views on what happens when we die.
Warfare and Sickness
Is sickness something we should come against as spiritual warfare or is sickness just something that is part of our life until the Kingdom of God comes? Greg deals with the answer to this question.