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A Buddhist, a Muslim, an Atheist, a Homosexual, and a Christian all die on the same day. They stand before God on judgment day. God reveals the truth of His love to each, giving them the fullest awareness of what Jesus did on the cross. Each one chooses to accept that reality seeing it as the love of God. Which …
So I was recently reading a post regarding a church and their Statement of Faith. If you’ve never read how I feel about these things, you can do so here. I think they are well meaning but can tend to create more problems than they are worth. But as I was reading this churches statement, it said: “We believe that …
What does it mean to actively listen to someone? And I mean in a way that the person feels heard.
My friend Chad Holtz asks, “If we get a chance to choose AGAINST God at Judgment why can’t we get a chance to choose FOR God?” His question and reasoning can be found in this post. How would you answer?
How does the fact that we are created beings affect our capacity to understand that God is not a created being, and that there is no potential “beginning” if you will for God? To get a sense of this question, it comes out of this post.
What do you think Paul mean when he says, we are by nature children of wrath? Ephesians 2:3 (King James Version) – Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others.