TEN BURNING QUESTIONS ABOUT LIFE AND DEATH
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Renold Blank, Dr. theol., Dr. phil., born 1941, is Emeritus Titular Professor of the Pontifical Theological Faculty of São Paulo, where he taught over 28 years. AtHe has taught at several other universities and has published over 20 books so far. A number of his television appearances are available on DVD or video.
Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
There are questions that at some point in life will be of burning interest to all people. The answers to them concern us all indiscriminately: What happens to me in death? Will my life go on? Is it reasonable to reflect on resurrection, heaven or rebirth? And what do I hope for?
Renold Blank compares ideas about human existence in and after dying and investigates the fate of the individual soul. He shows how the idea of a judgment in death may influence the living and how dependent the «Last Judgement» is on the personal image that we have of God.
Blank pinpoints human existential questions, reflects on possible answers and places them in the context of modern, critical thinking and faith against the background of Christian hope.
THE 1st QUESTION: Do we only live once, or does life exist beyond the one we are currently living?
THE 6th QUESTION: What does the Judgment of God on man mean?
THE 8th QUESTION: What if man does not want to be saved?
THE 10th QUESTION: What and how is «heaven»?