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We’re not excused from our guilt in doing wrong just because we, by nature, love doing wrong. In fact, the truth is quite the opposite.
As great Christian men and women of the past have discovered, the beauty of nature uplifts our souls toward God in worship and gives us a language by which we can communicate the beauty of God to others.
Greg and Amy discussed the recent dialogue between Sean McDowell and Matthew Vines on the podcast last week. You can watch that dialogue here and find links for more information.
Mormons believe God is an exalted man who became a god, but there are both biblical and philosophical problems with this understanding.
God’s triune nature makes Him different from all other conceptions of gods. He is love because He is three Persons who love. His wrath is simply what happens when He, a being of love, encounters our evil.
A single-person god could not be loving by nature, for love is only possible when someone else exists to love. But fellowship overflows from our triune God, and our Father calls us into it.
If God is in control, then wouldn’t that make Him the cause of evil and prevent us from condemning it?
God knew when He created matter that its properties would necessitate a massive universe in order to support life, so why create the kind of matter He created?
Even in the midst of our pain, today we sing with all our hearts, “Joy to the World!” What joy! What hope! What strength in God! We have nothing to fear and the greatest of joys to gain.
Concern about whether or not we ought to be following the Mosaic Law has been increasing among Christians. Here’s what the Bible says about it.