LOOKING BEYOND REWARD & PUNISHMENT
What follows death is the extension into eternity of what we chose in this world. When we pass from this life, what we wanted here will be what we want forever.
Michael S. Rose
Once Faustus takes possession of Mephistophilis as his servant, it becomes apparent that the Devil isn’t so much serving as manipulating him.
Knowing Italian journalist Eugenio Scalfari's habit of not taking notes during interviews, why does Francis continue to allow him to stir up controversy and cause PR headaches for the Vatican?
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
Richard D. Courtney
In Catholic doctrine, God gives us free will, so we can repent or not. Kendall gets free will and predestination mixed up. Embarrassing!
The intelligentsia of the Western world has to a very large extent decided that death itself is the final end, and the response of the Church is practically inaudible.
George Kendall has problems with the belief held by many traditional Catholics that the majority of mankind is damned.
Why we pay so much attention to Hell...
How can there be any fervor if we don't know why we should evangelize?
If no one goes to Hell, then all the talk about Hell in the Bible — and from the Church — is utterly cruel, needlessly cruel, maybe sadistic.
ON BEING MORE TENDERHEARTED THAN GOD HIMSELF
Where eternal rewards and punishments are concerned, are we more tenderhearted and clear-eyed than our forebears in faith -- than God Himself?
A METAPHYSICAL CHAPTER ELEVEN
LETTER FROM ENGLAND
John Warwick Montgomery
CHRIST & NEIGHBOR
John C. Cort
Many cannot bring themselves to believe in Hell, which Christ tells us repeatedly (40 times) is an essential part of his religion.
- Karl Keating