Lael Caesar

is an associate editor of Adventist Review.

​Museums in Heaven?

Once upon a time even good Christians could not understand God’s interest in documentation. People said sophisticated sounding things about multiplied generations of data crowding out the space the angels needed to spread their wings. Celestial museums, of course, would be even more cumbersome, requiring all kinds of space-demanding artifacts. In those eras of our scientific backwardness, and our surprisingly pathetic sense of heaven’s dimensions, those thoughts could seem quite enlightened. Besides, God’s respect for His creatures’ decisions was too much for us, given our naturally greater pride in our own opinions and our naturally greater contempt for …

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