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Michael Schrauzer
The Plains of Heaven (1851-1853) by John Martin. Located in the Tate Gallery, London, Great Britain.I sometimes wonder if C.S. Lewis had this...
Karl Keating
When you die, you will find yourself on an escalator. It will be either the down escalator or the up escalator. After death you will not have a...
Jim Blackburn
In Part I (October 2007, page 32), we saw that Catholics believe hell is the freely chosen state of eternal separation from God after death. We...
Matthew A.C. Newsome
Do unbaptized babies go to heaven? A recent document by a panel of theologians causes a stir, as media outlets report—erroneously—that the...
Jim Blackburn
Hell is not a pleasant topic. Today many preachers (Catholic and non-Catholic) seem to be silent about it. Some Catholics and other Christians—...
Fr. C. C. Martindale S.J.
There is a sort of objection [to the idea of life after death] which, in itself, must be allowed no weight, but which bulks large in popular...