February InterSections – Life, Death & Judgment
Welcome to the February 2021 issue of InterSections. In the past year some have had to come to terms with losing an individual they know and have faced sorrow and grief. For others, Covid-19 has reminded us of death and its inevitability. But what hope does the Christian have in the face of death? This issue gives thought to some theological and personal perspectives as they relate to death, final judgment, and the afterlife.
In our Feature, Graham Wall examines how Christians can face the prospect of judgment day and
provides clarification regarding various viewpoints concerning the millennium. In our Food for
Thought, Benny Tabalujan focuses on resurrection and its continuities and discontinuities with our
present life. In our International Letter, Dale Hartman reflects on the ministry of caring for the dying
and the families who remain. In our Interview section, three Christians take time to reflect on their
faith and how it influences their perceptions of death.
In our ChurchScene, Ron Bainbridge shares the history regarding Discovering a Better Life Ministries – a Christian internet and media ministry he’s been involved in for several decades. Bryce Christiansen reviews a well-known classic: The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. Finally in News, we hear about an exciting new gathering,Young Christians Network, and details of the recent Camp Drewe held at Lennox Head, NSW.
We hope this issue is both encouraging and a reminder of the eternal reward awaiting those who
love the Lord (1 Corinthians 2:9).
InterSections Editorial Team
A Better Life Ministries, WA
Judgement Day and the
1,000 year Reign?
Food for Thought -
International Letters -
Ministry of Caring for
Book Reviews -
The Screwtape Letters
Camp Drewe, NSW 2021
Young Christian Network
Three Christian perspectives
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