Ten Theses to Guide Debate on the Afterlife, by D.C. Cramer

Scot McKnight presents on his blog a post on eschatology in general and afterlife in particular, by D. C. Cramer, who is a PhD student in religion with an emphasis in theological ethics at Baylor University. Here is the summary of Cramer’s ‘ten theses’:

(1) Every view of the afterlife involves some amount of speculation.

(2) Theological positions cannot be reduced strictly to biblical exegesis.

(3) Christian philosophers should be given the benefit of the doubt when reasoning about the meaning of important concepts (love, justice, etc.). Continue reading “Ten Theses to Guide Debate on the Afterlife, by D.C. Cramer”