Archive: June 24, 2007 - June 30, 2007
Where I come from, Jesus saves all but those who make a fully informed choice not to be saved.
By Kathleen Flake | June 29, 2007; 8:44 AM ET | Comments (82)
If Einstein is correct and energy is neither created nor destroyed, we have energy and therefore in some basic way we continue. The concept of heaven and hell are helpful images of fulfillment or disintegration. Drawing upon my spiritual tradition...
By Jim Cooper | June 29, 2007; 7:43 AM ET | Comments (815)
The link between our unconscious and our visions of heaven and hell is one of the most fascinating and troubling areas to explore in the realm of faith.
By Christopher Dickey | June 29, 2007; 6:56 AM ET | Comments (15)
The unquenchable human thirst for life and for justice is what creates heaven.
By Wendy Doniger | June 28, 2007; 9:32 AM ET | Comments (61)
Do only Christians go to heaven? No, anyone who loves can go to heaven.
By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. | June 28, 2007; 8:28 AM ET | Comments (21)
Heaven and Hell are not places, but forms of virtual reality.
By Anthony M. Stevens-Arroyo | June 28, 2007; 7:48 AM ET | Comments (64)
If God is love then God’s heaven is dwelling in that love.
By Bob Edgar | June 28, 2007; 6:00 AM ET | Comments (17)
Heaven is important but it's not the end of the world.
By Nicholas T. Wright | June 27, 2007; 9:53 AM ET | Comments (90)
Yes, I believe in hell, and in heaven. I believe it because, like Dante, I see it here on earth.
By Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite | June 27, 2007; 8:34 AM ET | Comments (42)
Oh, for heaven's sake. This question irritates the...inferno out of me. Of all the pointless, utterly childish notions associated with traditional religion, belief in eternal bliss in heaven or eternal damnation in hell surely tops the list....
By Susan Jacoby | June 27, 2007; 7:03 AM ET | Comments (348)
Waiting to find out for sure is too late.
By Cal Thomas | June 27, 2007; 6:13 AM ET | Comments (357)
I believe hell is the total absence of God.
By Gardner Calvin Taylor | June 26, 2007; 8:05 PM ET | Comments (12)
The Iraq War has not been, and is not now, a moral venture. Let's be done with moral pretension.
By James Anderson | June 26, 2007; 10:10 AM ET | Comments (160)
For America now to “tire” of its commitment and abandon people who have relied on us would be grossly immoral.
By Charles "Chuck" Colson | June 26, 2007; 8:11 AM ET | Comments (245)
Of course the Iraqi people want us out. Not only because we’ve unjustly invaded their sovereign country, but because they don’t trust us.
By Hadia Mubarak | June 25, 2007; 2:46 PM ET | Comments (60)
As a Christian, I must reject cynicism and moralism, two forms of folly.
By Willis E. Elliott | June 25, 2007; 10:59 AM ET | Comments (89)
The real message of Iraq is that we are arrogant and think we know it all.
By Julia Neuberger | June 25, 2007; 8:27 AM ET | Comments (18)