In episode 8 of Dangerous Dogma, Todd Billings talks about his book 'The End of the Christian Life: How Embracing Our Mortality Frees Us to Truly Live.' He also discusses faith during the coronavirus pandemic.
Have you ever attended a funeral service and wished the deceased could have been there to experience it? New York-based author Mary Elizabeth Williams shares her experience of attending her friend's living funeral, a pre-funeral held for a person who is nearing death.
Researchers from the University of California, San Diego recently did a literature search to understand what Americans might consider to be a “good death” or “successful dying.” As can be expected, their findings varied. People’s views were determined by their religious, social and cultural norms and influences.
Do Baptist annual meetings matter if denominations themselves are dying? Some leaders believe denominationalism isn’t dying, but rather is undergoing metamorphosis. Those willing and flexible enough to change still will need the community and networking annual meetings offer.
We can’t lay down our lives for the sins of others, but we can live our lives in such a way as to impress unbelievers with our faith in God and his faithfulness to us. Even if we are called upon to share in his