We asked this question Monday on PassionForTheWord. SO many write in responses, I only listed the first several that were written in here. We will post the complete results of the survey later this week.
Though the survey is now closed, you are still free to comment on this post. Please read my COMMENT POLICY before writing in, as we reserve the right to remove comments at any time.
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Today’s survey stems from a question that I believe MANY believers struggle with. Maybe as you read this survey, you have been affected by the loss of a loved one by suicide. I can’t tell you how many people I have had to sit with over the years that have lost someone dear to them through the tragedy of suicide, and the thing that grieves them the most is the battle of the eternal question… did they go to heaven.
I would like to share with you what my response is to this very challenging question, but first, I want to hear from you. Here is this week’s survey. Answer with your heart’s conviction.
This survey is now closed. Thank you for all who participated. Results and my biblical perspective coming soon.
This was the first of many surveys taken here at PassionForTheWord, and it definitely stirred some great discussion. Some had very strong opinions, others had very open minds. We will begin an archive of all of our future surveys, complete with all the results, and write-in answers soon. Complete results from this survey can be found –> HERE
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So what about cremation?
First, I am not writing as a theologian to show off my vast knowledge and give THE answer after hearing the “lowly” people chime in their “uneducated answers”. That is the furthest thing from my mind. It is simply a pastor asking what has been asked me to see what you would answer. Please don’t take my response as THE answer. Research it yourself throughout the Scriptures.
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