Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Hell To Pay

"How does one take seriously the reality of eternal damnation and at the same time not let it quench your joy in God?"

My friend GrahamCracka candidly explores the difficult topic of reconciling divine judgement and joy in God in a recent post.

Check it on out.

9 comments:

Diddy said...

How 'bout a link to ol' Uncle Diddy's site in the form of AN ENTIRE POST. I've got some great commentaries on karaoke, David Blaine, and the importance of NASCAR in the lives of 21st century Americans.

So there.

j truitt said...

one day i will become an uncle.

van.diesel said...

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Anonymous said...

call me crazy, but it might actually be interesting to hear what you guys think of some of these things

samb said...

I agree with anonymous...

Dear Madam or Sir,

But why did you post anonymously...i can guess...but I won't and in light of your recent anonymous posting, I am not not going to tell you what I think. I will however tell Jason, that you didn't tell us what you thought of Graayum's post. Good day to you sir. I said Good day to you.

j truitt said...

one day i will become and uncle.

j truitt said...

also, to anonymous: you are crazy.

nat said...

Hey Jason,
I was wondering if you have read any of the more recent books on the doctrine of hell, seems like they have been all over the place... and really popular, there has been some stuff over at bleeding purple, and some other pod casts that you might find interesting.
Just wondering - hope all is well with you. I hear your a pastor now? Or becoming one? That's some hard work !

van.diesel said...

Natala - i haven't read any of the new stuff. anything in particular you recommend?

i'm just a lowly intern... but that is work enough! ;-)