Tag Archive: hell

Jun 21 2012

On Hell. Part III: repentance and oblivion.

Continued from “On Hell. Part II.” Human beings—and the rest of Creation—are not perfect. Not at this point. But what makes us belong to each other, to humanity, to Creation, to its Source, is our basic need for and ability to love. We struggle with the balance of giving and taking, we lash out in anger, …

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Jun 13 2012

On Hell. Part II: psychopathy.

For my regular readers, I believe – I hope – I have already established my conviction that God is Love. It is not an axiom; it is one of the pillars of my cosmology: the theory upon which all other theories stand. I have been painting my “big picture” in broad strokes of the brush, …

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May 26 2012

On Hell. Part I.

But what of hell? If no soul is lost, if all things, all joy and suffering, every struggle and resentment, every death and birth are part of Creation coming into perfection—part of the process, perhaps, as pain and blood accompany birth of a child—then what of hell? Is there? Can there be? Why would there be anything cast out of the Kingdom of Heaven?

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