Let's have a little dialogue: Me: Are you a good person? You: Yes and no, I suppose. We're all sinners, but as a Christian God is making me the person I'm supposed to be. Me: How do you know that the "person you're supposed to be" is good? You: Because God is good and he's … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Right and Wrong
As we've been studying through Romans, the topic of God's wrath has come up time and again. According to Paul, everyone (both Jew and Gentile) was under God's wrath because they had in their own way discounted his glory. This coming Sunday, I'll share from chapter 3:21-31 about how the death of Jesus atoned for … Continue reading In Defense of the Angry God
Our Luke series is almost all grown up...snif. Here's message #60 on Luke 23:50-24:12.
My friend doesn't believe in God anymore. He told me that he lost his faith because he just didn't see any empirical support for it. He was faced with the choice to "believe" or to be honest. He chose the latter. Like most unbelievers, my friend now criticizes the character of God as he is … Continue reading The God Who is Love
If God wants us to believe in him, why is he so hard to recognize? If God loves us, why is life so hard? Click the picture at right to find the ancient answer to these modern questions.