Heaven! Boring?: How We Can Be Eternally Content in the Afterlife

Heaven! Boring?: How We Can Be Eternally Content in the Afterlife

by Greg Thomas


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781940269467
Publisher: Deep River Books LLC
Publication date: 04/16/2015
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Greg Thomas (BS, Oregon State University; MD, Oregon Health Sciences University; family practice internship/residency, University of Missouri) has spent nearly four decades as a family doctor in Salem, Oregon. Greg met and married his wife, Heidi, while in medical school. Even while working full-time and co-raising their five children, Greg looked for opportunities for theological reflection, beginning with teaching his three-year old son's Sunday school class with the able assistance of a skunk puppet named Flower.

Table of Contents

Foreword Michael Thomas 9

Preface 11

Chapter 1 Eternity 13

Chapter 2 Historical Perspectives on Heaven 17

Chapter 3 Time 43

Chapter 4 Cosmology: The Necessity of a New Heaven and New Earth 53

Chapter 5 Sex 63

Chapter 6 Special Abilities and Sensational Senses 71

Chapter 7 Discovering the Universal Truths 81

Chapter 8 Making Light of God 93

Chapter 9 Relationship and the Search for Significance 109

Epilogue 129

Appendix A Time, Dimensions, and God: A Mathematicians Perspective 131

Appendix B Who Is Really to Blame for the Death of Jesus? 141

Notes 149

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"Greg Thomas brings purpose and focus to his personal quest to answer the question Will Heaven be boring?Dr. Thomas weaves experiences from his own life, told with frankness and wit, anddevelops his treatise withextensive research into biblical and extra-biblical manuscripts, astrophysics, science, and nature. For anyone who is curious about Heaven, this is a book well worth reading."

-Lawrence Barber, pastor and counselor, Charis Foundation, Eugene OR

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