This talk looks at the offer of life, the problem of light and the solution of love in 1 John 1-2 (mp3)
So, was man created immortal?
What is the significance of the fall for our understanding of death and immortality?
If man is composed of body and soul, and death is the process whereby those elements are torn apart, the soul continuing to exist whilst the body decomposes, does it follow that the soul possesses immortality?
What is a Biblical definition of death?
What is a human being, and to what degree is it helpful or biblical to differentiate between the body and soul? Should we think of man primarily as a monistic being (constituting of one part) or dualistic (made of two parts, body and soul)?
The first of six posts exploring the question: “Was man created immortal?”
What are our greatest needs, and how does God fulfil them? (mp3)