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Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Then we encounter several more puzzles. How shall we always freely choose to be holy, when the Holy Spirit has raised us from the dead?
Life after Death: A New Approach to the Last Things
I argue that the Holy Spirit gives us the disposition to be holy. I question three views and argue for a fourth. We can face the last judgment with confidence and joy, if we understand its meaning. The opposite of love is not wrath, but indifference, as many parents know. Purgatory cannot be defended.
In other words, what will eternity really be like for Christians? My study of the New Testament yields some answers:the counterpart to experience through the senses will be enhanced, not diminished; the work of the Spirit will be ever-fresh and dynamic; self-identity will be preserved; we shall never leave Calvary and the Resurrection behind; and God will be all in all.
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