Tag Archives: Heaven

There and Back Again

I felt enormous relief as the implications of Jesus' resurrection rebuked my fearful imagination.

My Brother Zach

Zach is simply an honest, genuine guy who shows everyone genuine Christ-like love and affection that isn't based upon reaching some ethnic conversion quota.

We Don't Have to Read the Book or See the Movie to Know Heaven Is Real

I already feel disappointed that so many, in a search for understanding the life beyond this one, will seek to find it in this film.

Remember the Future

We need not live under the fear of an unwritten future, for our hope is anchored in Christ.

When Faith Causes You to Doubt

Some struggle because they doubt; I sometimes struggle because I believe.

I'm now a "permanent resident." (Or am I?)

WELCOME TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA This is to notify you that your application for permanent residence has been approved. It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to permanent resident status in the United States. That's what I read in the the first letter I opened on my return from Scotland on […]

"The Happiness of Heaven"

This book is one year too late. Twelve months ago, I was about to start teaching Eschatology here at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, and discovered there was a dearth of books about heaven, especially written from a Reformed perspective. There were lots of books about the millennium, but precious few about heaven. Hardly reflects biblical proportions, does it?