This morning’s sermon from North Church.
I’d like to say a few words this morning on the subject of life after death.
“What happens to us after we die?” is one of those religious questions that people in our culture are accustomed to asking at least once in their lives. When I taught philosophy at Utica College, I used to give a whole series of lectures on this subject. I’ve paired down and digested some of those lectures for today’s sermon, so you’re getting a little taste today of what it was like to be one of my students (but don’t worry, there won’t be a pop quiz at the end of church).
There are not a few voices out there today claiming that the whole point of being religious is to secure for oneself a more pleasant afterlife. But this hasn’t always been the case.
For the ancient Israelites, the problem of life after death…
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