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Hell is an offensive idea to a lot of people. Eternal punishment seems harsh to both believers and unbelievers. It could even be a stumbling block. Consequently, some pastors are revising what the Bible teaches and what the church has taught since Jesus.
Stand to Reason represents classical Christianity - orthodox Christian beliefs that have been affirmed since the first Christians.
Is the doctrine of the Trinity an irrational idea? Does it discredit Christianity?
Are Jesus' human and divine natures compatible? Is this an impossibility that makes Christianity irrational?
Philosophy helps us recognize God's involvement in our lives--indirect as well as direct involvement.
Is it possible to find truth in statement and propositions, or is Truth only in a Person?
For some Christians, faith and philosophy are strange companions. When used properly, though, philosophy is a friend, not a foe, an ally, not an antagonist.
If animals do have souls, how are they different from humans? And can human beings have different kinds of souls as well?
Greg ruminates on what we might someday experience with senses we do not yet possess.
Hell is always a hot topic. “Rock star” pastor Rob Bell hit a sensitive evangelical nerve by raising provocative questions about Hell and suggesting that no one goes there in his book, Love Wins.