Where To From Here?: The Christian Vision of Life after Death

Where To From Here?: The Christian Vision of Life after Death

by Brian Grogan, SJ

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If you’ve ever felt challenged as a Christian to say what you believe about life after death, you will find intelligent proposals here. Fr. Grogan’s deep knowledge of the current scholarship on subjects like judgment, heaven, hell and purgatory is matched by his skill at clearly presenting insights through stories and examples.

This book begins with the idea that every inhabitant of this planet contributes to the shaping of God’s project – the life of the world to come – and it emphasizes that the relationships between God and ourselves endure eternally. Rooting everything in this sense of ongoing relationship, Grogan poses and responds to questions such as:
 Could hell be empty?
• Can knowledge of the future transform the present?
• What will it be like to be fully alive?
• What will we do in heaven?

He also makes a clear call to engage with God now in transforming our present relationships, so that everyone may become more truly/fully alive. This is the Christian gift to the world.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014967280
Publisher: New City Press NY
Publication date: 07/18/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 187
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Dr Brian Grogan, SJ is the superior of a Dublin Jesuit community and Director of Sacred Space (www.sacredspace.ie), a website presented in 20 languages which enables 17,000 daily visitors to pray online. Fr Grogan is former President of Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy in Dublin and is Emeritus Associate Professor of Spirituality. He works and writes on Ignatian Spirituality and is co-author of many books, including: Reflective Living, Love Beyond All Telling, and Meetings Matter. He is author of Finding God in All Things, Our Graced Life-Stories, and the best-selling To Grow in Love: A Spirituality of Ageing. He has also written numerous articles for The Irish Messenger and The Way

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