Surprised by Hope

Traditional Beliefs About Heaven

Resurrection

Two Contrary Views of How This World Works

What the Whole World Is Waiting For

The Ascension

Paradise

Will We Go to Heaven When We Die?

The Identity of the New Jerusalem in Rev 21

The Rapture

Bishop Wright on the Colbert Report

A Musical Interlude

Will We Remember Our Former Lives in Heaven?

The Downpayment and Inheritance

“Salvation”

Where Are the Dead? Part 1

Where Are the Dead? Part 2

Where Are the Dead? Part 3

The Resurrection, Mission & Kingdom

What Are Treasures in Heaven?

Hell, Part 1

An Interpretation of Matthew 24, Part 1 (Background)

An Interpretation of Matthew 24, Part 2 (The Fall of Jerusalem)

An Interpretation of Matthew 24, Part 3 (The Eschaton)

Justice

God’s Justice and Illegal Immigration, Part 1

God’s Justice and Illegal Immigration, Part 2

God’s Justice and Illegal Immigration, Part 3

Beauty

Evangelism

Evangelism — In Response to Readers’ Comments, Part 1

Evangelism — In Response to Readers’ Comments, Part 1.5

Evangelism — In Response to Readers’ Comments, Part 2

Evangelism — In Response to Readers’ Comments, Part 3

Justin Martyr and the Didascalia Apostolorum

Series continues under Surprised by Hell

2009-2010 Surprised By Hope Lessons

2 Peter 3:10-13 – Introduction

The New Jerusalem

On Reading Figurative Language

A New Creation

Spiritual Bodies

Shining Like Stars

A Hypothesis

Re-translating Peter

Mission and the End of Time, Part I, Part II, Part III

Being Like God, Part I, Part II, Part III

Will We Remember Former Lives in Heaven?

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