Posted On November 29, 2021

Andrew Davis-The Glory Now Revealed

by | Nov 29, 2021 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Andy Davis consider why errant views of heaven are popular today, how heaven helps us process grief and loss, and his new book, The Glory Now Revealed (Baker Books, 2021).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why we are so eager to look into the future.
  • Why errant views about what heaven is and what it will be like have developed.
  • The problems we run into if we speculate too much about heaven.
  • Why we can’t trust near-death experiences to describe what heaven is and isn’t.
  • What we can learn about our resurrected bodies from Jesus’ resurrected body in Scripture.
  • Advice to a Christian who has lost family and friends who weren’t saved.
  • How heaven helps us process grief and loss.

About the Guest

Andrew M. Davis is pastor of First Baptist Church of Durham, North Carolina, and a visiting professor of church history at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. A member of The Gospel Coalition, Davis has written articles for TGC’s popular website and has spoken in plenary and breakout sessions at TGC’s national conference. He is the author of The Power of Christian Contentment, Revitalize, and An Infinite Journey, named by Tim Challies as one of the top ten books of 2014.

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