Cremation Archives

The Latest


Thursday, May 17, 2018

Why the worldview displayed at life’s most crucial moments is going to be theological in one way or another Theism vs. secularism at the point of death: Why Christianity has historically frowned upon cremation The inevitable embrace of abortion as a new generation moves in a more secular direction

May 17, 2018



The Briefing 10-26-17

Why we should pay careful attention to the ‘yuck factor’ when considering liquefaction Exploration of burial traditions reveals that secularism doesn’t satisfy when it comes to death Theology always makes an appearance, especially at the point of death A funeral—one that costs between $30 million and $90 million—fit for a king

October 26, 2017


The Briefing 08-15-17

What does the rising number of cremations tell us about shifts in America’s worldview? Pyre fit for a King: Thailand prepares for King’s funeral and cremation World maps changed radically 70 years ago today as Pakistan and India gained independence

August 15, 2017



Abortion Adultery Anglicanism Animals Art & Culture Ask Anything Atheism Bible Birth Control Books Childhood Church & Ministry Church History College & University Coronavirus Court Decisions Death Divorce Economy & Work Education Embryos & Stem Cells Environment Ethics Euthanasia Evangelicalism Evolutionism Family Film Gambling Heaven and Hell History Homosexuality Islam Jesus & the Gospel Law & Justice Leadership Manhood Marriage Mormonism Obituaries Parental Rights Pluralism Politics Population Control Pornography Preaching Publishing Race Religious Freedom Roman Catholicism SBC Science Secularism Sex Education Sexual Revolution Singleness Social Media & Internet Spirituality Sports Technology The Apostles' Creed The Gathering Storm The Mailbox The Prayer That Turns the World Upside Down Theology Tragedy Trends United States Womanhood