Heaven Book: Readers' Questions and Randy's Answers
How can you say there will be oceans in Heaven when Rev. 21:1 says something different?
Is there biblical support for your idea that we may inherit worlds (including Venus, the morning star) one day?
Will there be literal seas in Heaven?
Are we instantly with the Lord when we die?
Will we still have our chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, with us in Heaven?
Will God create new beings for us to rule?
Why don’t you say much about what our lives will be like in the present Heaven in your book?
Why do you say the Bride of Christ is the Church?
How does the scriptural definition of the New Earth differ from that of the Jehovah Witnesses?
What is the poem you refer to as one of your favorites in the Heaven book and who wrote it?
In leading a study through your Heaven book, I came across what appeared to be a misunderstanding of the 1 Corinthians 2:9-10 passage. What is your response?
If when we die we are judged and go immediately to the intermediate Heaven as Randy states, how can Revelation 20:5 be true?
Do we have to wait to be with Christ until the New Earth?
What do you think about the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox views of Saints who have more access to God than the rest of us?
When writing about the New Earth, did you mean to leave out the New Jerusalem, which is the final Heaven, and is described in Rev. 21 and 22?
Is there an “intermediate Hell” counterpart to the believer’s “intermediate Heaven”?
Catholics believe in purgatory. How would you explain that concept/location versus the intermediate Heaven?
Many people have questions regarding Heaven. How can you be sure that your depiction of Heaven is the correct one?
Does the idea that we may inhabit other planets lend credit to the Mormon belief that you get your own planet when you die?
What do you want people to gain by reading your Heaven book?
Please explain your interchangeable use of the Hebrew words bara (create from nothing) and asah (restore) in Chapter 9 of Heaven.
It seems you have already sentenced each person to their final spot, prior to Christ doing the sentencing. What am I missing?
In Isaiah 65:17 it sounds as if Isaiah is saying that in the new heavens and new earth people will die. How do you interpret this text?
Where is the location of the 3rd Heaven you mention when discussing the rich man and Lazarus?
What does the term “Second Adam” when referring to Christ in your book?
Wouldn’t a better word for “intermediate”—regarding the state of the person after death but before the resurrection—be “incomplete”?