Eternal Life – The Mended Loom
As Steve suggests why and how resurrection takes place, you will find that every aspect of your life takes on a new meaning - from nature to nurture, from suffering to free will, from birth to death.
- Is life after death possible?
- How much can we learn from science?
- Are religious views of eternal life reasonable?
- Who gets to determine our destiny – us or God?
Likening our lives to a beautiful fabric being weaved on a loom, Steve Cox tackles these and other difficult questions regarding eternal life and resurrection. His arguments are easy to follow, yet profound in their implication.
“I felt as if I had been asleep for several years; here was a reminder of the excitement with which my faith had started when I began this journey!”
About the Author
Steve is a retired GP living in Shropshire. He is married to Caroline, and they run a holiday cottage for peace, quiet and reflection. Steve has always loved Christian discussion, and science. He also enjoys playing in the river in the garden, and playing the piano. His parents were missionaries, and Steve was brought up in East Africa, mostly in remote areas.
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