Part 3 examines what the Apostle Paul says in Romans 8:18-23 that some interpret as proof that God never removed the curse on the ground.
Does God have a most fundamental attribute? Does any aspect of God's nature serve as an ultimate and necessary foundation for who he is as a being, from which all his other attributes spring? What can we understand from this?
What does the Bible teach about the foundation of marriage? What is it, why does it exist, and how does it work?
Thinking critically about the effectiveness of the standard long sermon format is not a popular thing to do, but there are crucial benefits in considering shorter sermons.
For those in or familiar with the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement tradition, there is perhaps no figure who is more important yet less known than Walter Scott. Scott is considered to be one of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement's four founding fathers. He is most famous for systematizing what he claimed was the restoration of the ancient gospel: faith, repentance, baptism, remission of sins, the Holy Spirit, and eternal life. For his evangelistic purposes, he condensed his doctrine into the methodology that became known as the five-finger exercise.
Who was the cross for? It was for mankind. But it was also for God himself.
Open Theism argues that God does not know the future, but learns as he experiences the unfolding of events. But does the Bible support the argument that God does not have foreknowledge? Come explore the different facets of Open Theism and compare it to what the Bible says about God's foreknowledge.
A popular statistic says nearly 85 percent of people who make a decision for Christ do so between the ages of 4 and 14. But how young is too young? And is there an age that is right for a child to become a Christian? When does a child reach the age of accountability where, in God's eyes, he needs a savior?