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  • by United Church of God
Several verses in the Bible talk about a spirit of man that is described much differently from what many religions envision as an immortal soul. What is this spirit in man?
Did Jesus intend the parable of Lazarus and the rich man (Luke 16:19-31) to give us a real-time view of the state of the dead now, either in heaven or an ever-burning hell? How does this parable fit with the teachings of other scriptures about the state of the dead?
  • by Gary Petty
It may come as a shock, but people don’t go to heaven as disembodied souls when they die. In fact, what the Bible shows us about our ultimate future is so much more amazing than most of us have ever dreamed!
  • by John Ross Schroeder
The book of Revelation describes a resurrection in which billions will be judged. How will Jesus Christ judge them? Will He consign them to an ever-burning hellfire or instead give them their first real opportunity for salvation?
  • by Don Hooser
The religious world has been abuzz with talk - mainly critical - about a book by evangelical preacher Rob Bell. Bell's claims about the fate of the unfaithful have many Christians furious at the idea that there is no ever-burning hell. Apart from human opinion, the Bible has the real answers about hell. Read on to find out more.
  • by Robin Webber
Four hundred years ago on a starry evening, an Italian man looked into the lens of his telescope and beheld the glories of the universe. One by one, over the course of time, he would document his discoveries and share them with his colleagues.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Some scientists, futurists and inventors are predicting an utterly new type of human being for the relatively near future. According the these people, this brand new version of humanity will benefit from a radical life extension due to reversing the aging process, correcting defects in our DNA and creating enormous super intelligence.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Life in this world is certainly not fair. Some wonder about the next life. Does the Bible’s teaching of a second resurrection mean a second chance? Or is it really a first chance—a fair chance to avoid the “second death” and live happily forever?