January 1, 2019

Between Heaven and Hell: A Dialog Somewhere Beyond Death with John F. Kennedy, C. S. Lewis, & Aldous Huxley is a novel by Peter Kreeft about U.S. 10 Jan [Dr. Peter Kreeft submitted this excerpt from select portions of his book Between Heaven & Hell, which depicts a hypothetical postmortum dialog. Among the more than 35 books written by Peter J. Kreeft (pro- nounced “Krayft”) are some of the most insightful Christian writ- ings today about heaven and hell.

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On the whole, Peter Kreeft did a great job. The better and more recognizable the leads, the better chance we have at a wide distribution of our film. Aug 31, Mark added it Mreeft Use the WishList to pledge cash and loan items – or – Make a pledge by selecting an incentive directly.

Top casting director to bring in named talent, which will help for additional fund raising. Lewis, and Aldous Huxley. The trialog centers on the Center, the hinge of our history: So, while the message is quite a fair representation of the positions of the debaters, the medium doesn’t quite ring of accuracy.

Between Heaven & Hell (excerpt)

But I also think the debate has shifted in the last couple of decades. Those are the premises, correct? Lewis, the British novelist behind The Chronicles of Narnia and other Christian-themed fantasy books.

This film involves a substantial dialog and look at the relations between Christianity, Buddhism and Humanism. Kennedy, and Aldous Huxley all died within a few hours of each other.

Between Heaven & Hell

I recommend this book for any serious thinker on bettween road to figuring out life’s heavem questions. Kennedy’s “modern Christian” view, Lewis’s “conservative Christian” or ” mere Christian ” view, and Huxley’s “Orientalized Christian” view.


Much can be learned about how to make a case for traditional Christianity by observing his C. Having now finished I conclude that this book would pretty much only be enjoyed by a Christian fan of C. Private screening with the crew! I will say though that while the content and layout was interesting I felt the argument a bit one sided.

If we are petsr with this campaign, we truly feel confident that we will reach a higher level of funding beyond this campaign. These three meet somewhere beyond death.

The better we do in raising additional funds after the crowdfunding campaign, the better your donation will look. No matter what level we achieve, this film will be made. Also, if you’re looking for a good intro to reading more C.

Hungry for more great features? Suppose they were right, and suppose they m I read this in seminary back in the late 80s. How might their dialogue have gone?

This is a three way conversation in an intermediate place hlel somewhere between this life and the next – between three very important and influential men shortly after their death within hours of each other C.

We need to travel to a few film test locations for important shots of “purgatory” and legal travel. I betweeen feel that there is a right or wrong, a truth or lie in argument like this and it seems to me that was the only point of the dialogue.

An odd coincidence that accounts for the little notice taken at the time of the death of Huxley and Lewis the press so busy with the assassination of President Kennedy the other two were barely noticed.

Nonetheless, it’s an enjoyable read. While this book was written in the s, it is almost prophetic with the way Kreeft describes how pluralism, the idea that every opinion and belief is of equal standing as opposed to the pluralism where multiple beliefs can coexist in one setting despite each belief holding that theirs is the proper one, has infected modern humanity and why it is an idea that can lead us down to a sad and misguided path.


Philosopher Peter Kreeft knew that Lewis and Kennedy had died within hours of one another. Dec 17, Joshua D. Apply for the role! You can help Wikipedia by expanding peterr. One suspects that the real conversation would have been so much livelier and better than anyone could imagine it.

Between Heaven & Hell (excerpt) by Dr. Peter Kreeft – Christian Theology

The result is an easily read but profound work. And the conversation doesn’t feel truly like a real conversation, as it is without much reference to the lives the three men very recently vacated. Watch wild and wonderful movies and shows from independent filmmakers and get a new handpicked playlist every month. Although there are some obvious theological issues in betaeen book especially being set in Purgatorythe book is very readable and hel.

There is a lot of mention on finding the undeniable truth but that seems a tall order when it comes This is the first Socratic dialogue I have read so I can’t compare it to others and how they are normally meant to be.

Still, it’s worth a read, if for no other reason than the fun of imagining a dialogue between C. Our award winning composer is developing a unique score which is based on the lives of each of our wonderful lead characters!