This session looks at how God promises to transform all of creation in the new heavens and new earth through the resurrection of Christ. As citizens of this promise, Christians are called to live as a sign, a holy foretaste of this final act of redemption.
Anglican biblical scholar N.T. Wright debunks common myths about heaven, exploring what the resurrection of Jesus and creation means for our life, work, and hope.
Through the story of one man’s journey from hell to heaven, Lewis’s rich work of fiction beautifully engages the question of what the afterlife means for our lives now.
This short and accessible work examines the relationship between Christ and the complexities of culture. Mouw uses the picture of creation’s end—God’s final transformation of all things—in Isaiah 60 to help Christians understand how to appreciate and critique our modern world.
This book offers an approachable explanation of the book of Revelation and informatively unpacks the various imagery and symbolism found within it.