What does it mean to appeal to heaven?
Bill Eubank is a member of the Board of Directors of the Christian Training Center International. Bill gives us great insight on what it means to appeal to heaven!
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Frank Turek addresses an internal question within Christianity regarding free will in heaven and its relation to Divine Providence.
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CrossExamined with Frank Turek is a live call-in radio program that airs on 126 stations every Saturday morning at 11 a.m. ET.
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What is the deal with heaven? It seems to be a somewhat complicated biblical concept with lots of opinions on it over the years. My hope is in Jesus and I know that I will always be with Him. I have eternal life.
The question to begin with is does heaven exist and is it a real destination after death for followers of Jesus?
The disciples of Jesus can sometimes sincerely disagree on minor matters — although you should never forget that all the disciples agree on those things that are really important, such as the divinity of the Messiah, His death on the cross for our salvation, His resurrection from the dead, and our hope of heaven.