Esa Hytti September 30th, 2018 (NOTE: While this post seeks to provide a defense for Annihilationism, I present it not because I definitively affirm the view, but rather to provide an interesting alternative worth considering.) Orthodox Christian theology has always affirmed the existence of both heaven and hell. Anyone who has currently, or in the … Continue reading Hell – Annihilation?
Esa Hytti September 13th, 2018 Christian theology has always affirmed the idea that life continues on after death. Physical death is seen not as a termination of existence, but rather as a transition from one stage to the next. It seems, however, that when one gets more specific about the subject of life after death, … Continue reading Life After Death
Esa Hytti July 27th, 2018 We all thirst. Physically this is obvious, but we all thirst for meaning and belonging and a pathway away from futility. We desire a life in which we find satisfaction. To fulfill this desire, we seek out various wells from which we can draw water. Some of us drink from … Continue reading The Well of Christ