We read Genesis One, verse one and we see that the fundamental reality of Scripture is that "In the Beginning God created the heavens and the earth."So is this the "creation theory"? OF COURSE NOT.So…Continue
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What is the Relationship between Chapter One and Chapter Two of Genesis?How does the answer relate to the view of this forum - that all things in all the universe were created within the Six Days of…Continue
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We read Genesis One, verse one and we see that the fundamental reality of Scripture is that "In the Beginning God created the heavens and the earth."So is this the "creation theory"?And are there…Continue
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Read through a few sections of Psalm 119. What is it all about?
It is about the psalmist's love for the Word of God. Nearly every single verse speaks of God's Revelation in the Scriptures under one of many different terms (Statutes, Precepts, Law, Testimonies, etc.)
It would be a good exercise to make a list of all these.
Then there are many declarations of the psalmist's attitudes toward the Word of God, his commitments to it, his desires and longings for it. And then…Continue
People of the earth seem to be so lonely and so full of angst about whether or not there is anyone else “out there.” Why did God create humans in the middle of a vast universe that seems to be empty? Why did God create humans with this God-sized void in our hearts?
The Search for Other…Continue
Adjectives to Describe All that is God
What we you think of when the idea of God comes up? Many words come to mind: Perfection, excellence, superiority, majesty, magnificence, glory, exaltation, radiance, awesomeness, brilliance, beauty and loveliness, splendor, grandeur, supremacy. . . And then there are describers like: Surpassing, breath-taking, tremendous, fearful, amazing, exquisite, overwhelming, beyond imagination, unfathomable, inscrutable, exceptional, transcendent,…Continue