We may think of conscience as the nagging voice that tells us not to eat that cookie, but what if it was actually the gateway to heaven?
If you want a spirituality that is in harmony with science, there is some good news: the cosmos may not be so random after all.
Swedenborg and Life Recap: 10 Questions: Negative Self-Talk, Redemption, and the Size of Angels – 3/20/17
When host Curtis Childs doesn’t get to a question by the end of the show, the team sets it aside to be answered later. In this episode, he and featured guests take on ten questions with the aid of the spiritual writings of eighteenth-century philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg.
The New Century Edition translation of Emanuel Swedenborg’s work Divine Providence is now available on Audible, an online audiobook streaming service.
In this episode, explore Swedenborg’s spiritual writings about God, free will, and the purpose of our lives in this often confusing world.
Dr. Jonathan S. Rose, series editor of the New Century Edition of the Works of Emanuel Swedenborg (NCE), takes a closer look at how Swedenborg benefited from indexing his own writings in a talk that was given in Bryn Athyn, PA on February 12 as part of the Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Swedenborg Library.
Among those who believe in a conscious afterlife, the great dividing question is a simple one—do we stay or do we come back? Emanuel Swedenborg suggests it might be a little bit of both.
Ecclesiastes 9:5 tells us “the dead know nothing.” What does that mean? And why does the Bible contain so many contradictory statements about life and death?