Appendix A THE DUST DID NOT EMBODY A SOUL, IT BECAME A SOUL A rapid-fire presentation of quotes from scholars, academics, and theologians (in no particular order): “The ancient Hebrews had no idea of an immortal soul living a full and vital life beyond death. The traditional concept of an immaterial and immortal soul distinctContinue reading “Save Your Breath”
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May We Steal Your Hell?
THE ROAD TO A PLAGERIZED PERDITION Once again, the post-apostolic church was confronted with intellectual challenges to the young Christian faith. These challenges came in two forms: heresies and the intellectual reaction of paganism. The body of work written by the early church fathers and used to meet the intellectual challenge of the Hellenistic pagansContinue reading “May We Steal Your Hell?”
The Soul in Western Thought
OF GHOSTS, LINGERING REALTIVES AND INK SPOTS Science will be of little help to us here. There is no hard scientific evidence for the existence of the soul. There is no observation to be made, no experiment to be conducted. Everything we believe regarding the existence of the soul comes to us from somewhere otherContinue reading “The Soul in Western Thought”