The Life of the World to Come

  • Geddes Macgregor
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In the continuing process that we must now see as a corollary of all that we know about our evolutionary past, how is our salvation through Christ to be worked out? Although plainly we cannot know the details of the geography of the world to come, we may surely ask with propriety, if not also as a matter of moral and intellectual duty: how ought we to delineate the Christian hope we profess? What, in general terms, is our vision of ‘the life of the world to come’?


Indelible Mark Buddhist Thought Evolutionary Spiral Beatific Vision Spiritual Vision 
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Chapter 13: The Life of the World to Come

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    Henry Drummond, Natural Law in the Spiritual World (New York: Pott, 1904) p.303. The original edition appeared in 1883.Google Scholar

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