Part 2: The Paralysis of Pessimistic Eschatology

by Dale Partridge

Welcome to part 2 of our discussion on The Paralysis of Pessimistic Eschatology. In this episode, we explore the fascinating realm of architecture, drawing a captivating parallel between the monumental cathedrals of the past, constructed over centuries for the greater good, and the contemporary trend of investing only a fraction of that time in building churches.

Consider, for a moment, the mindset required to initiate a project that your great-great-great-grandchildren might witness completed. It’s a testament to kingdom thinking and a reflection on what it means to contribute to something enduring for the greater good, beyond our immediate influence. Join us as we unravel the significance of these majestic cathedrals as pieces of architecture that communicate far beyond their physical structure.

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