A hell of a difference: Christians and the afterlife
Of all the everyday issues that Christians struggle with or are anxious about, “hell” is not high on the list. We don’t think or talk about it much. It’s not the subject of many articles, sermons or tweets—at least until some Christian leader comes along and says he doesn’t believe in hell anymore, after which there’s a brief flare-up of heated debate, and then the subject dies down again.
But whether or not we are very concerned about hell, Jesus certainly was. He talked about hell more than anyone else in the Bible; perhaps if he thought it was an important subject, so should we.
So what is hell? Who is going there? And what difference does this knowledge make to our Christian lives? These are the questions Paul Williamson will address at our October event.
About our speaker: Paul Williamson teaches Old Testament, Hebrew and Aramaic at Moore College. His book Death and the Afterlife was recently published by IVP in their New Studies in Biblical Theology series.
On Wednesday 24 October 2018, 7:30pm-9:30pm.
- General admission: $15 (earlybird); $20 (after 17 October).
- Individual livestream: $10. (You will receive the Livestream URL the afternoon of the event day via email.)
- Group livestream: $25. (You will receive the Livestream URL the afternoon of the event day via email.)
- Moore College community: FREE for the Moore College students (undergraduate and postgraduate only)/faculty and their partners, chaplains and individual MTC staff members using the special booking code (please contact Karen for this: firstname.lastname@example.org). General admission and individual livestream only.
ALL ONLINE TICKET BOOKINGS CLOSE 12PM WEDNESDAY 24 OCTOBER. Unless we sell out, general admission tickets (and ONLY general admission tickets) will be available at the door for $20.
Marcus Loane Hall, Moore Theological College
1 King St, Newtown, NSW 2042
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