The fear of death is part of being human. Whether we chase immortality and longevity through symbolic means (procreation, adoption, activism, celebrity, "making a difference") or literal (healthy living, exercise)--time eventually catches up with us all. In this thought-provoking and encouraging book, Clay Jones urges the reader to embrace the true answer: Jesus, the "Resurrection and the Life."

Is There Life After Death?
For many, death is terrifying. We try to live as long as possible while hoping that science will soon find a way to allow us to live, if not forever, then at least a very long time.
Whether we deny our mortality though literal or symbolic immortality or try to turn death into something benign, our attempts fail us. But what if the real solution is not in denying death’s reality, but in acknowledging it while enjoying a hope for a wonderful forever?
Clay Jones, a professor of Christian apologetics, explores the ways people face death and how these "immortality projects" are unsuccessful, even destructive. Along the way, he points to the hope of the only true immortality available to all—the truth that God already offers a path to our hearts’ deepest longing: glorious resurrection to eternal life.