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Saints and heroes are not tolerated in heaven

Scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg made a great anti-intuitive observation about those in heaven who had received great honors while on earth. Those individuals declared saints or who received notoriety and fame on earth are not told of their special worldly status … Continue reading

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Ten Crappy Christian Ideas (and one bonus bit of baloney)

1. The Trinitarian Doctrine that God is three Persons but one substance. This widespread Christian teaching requires us to throw reasoning out the window. Artificial terms, like “consubstantiality” and “hypostatic union,” were invented by theologians to get themselves out of … Continue reading

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Interview Beyond The Grave

In the summer of 1974 I chose to enroll in an evening class at The School of Visual Arts in New York City, called “Can We Survive Death.” In my first session of that class, the instructor introduced us to … Continue reading

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