Life after death, or life after life after life?

No, I did not repeat "life after life" in this post's title by mistake. Let me explain. N.T. Wright has stirred up supporters and critics in his rethinking major Christian theological doctrines. Justification. Atonement. Predestination. Inerrancy. His "Reinterpretation" of the Apostle Paul and Pauline theology. His defining the "real purpose" for Christ's death. His daring …

You’ve got a friend

Thanks for friends! While in seminary I did a chaplain internship at Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlanta and was assigned to the cancer ward.  Part of my required reading was the 1969 epic On Death and Dying, written by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, MD, [1926–2004].  Kübler-Ross was a Swiss-born psychiatrist, and co-founder of the world-wide hospice movement. It was …