Several years ago, a friend of mine informed me that she no longer considered herself a Christian. Despite her efforts to develop a relationship with Jesus, she was unable to feel any real connection and no longer believed that God was real. I don’t know why God has revealed Himself to some in real and … Continue reading Eternity in View – Prologue
We are living in unprecedented times right now. The whole world is engaged in a war, not with each other, but against a common enemy that has no regard for race or nationality. A virus is wreaking havoc and killing tens of thousands of individuals, most notably the elderly, in a very short amount of … Continue reading Looking at COVID-19 With Eternity in View
Most decisions that we face have minor significance, but one's decision regarding whether or not to put his or her faith and trust in the person of Jesus Christ bears eternal consequences. As stated in a previous post, the Bible teaches that we were made for eternity. The question is not if we will exist, … Continue reading Eternal Consequences
Because God is a just god, his morality requires that all sin receive its due punishment, which is death, the consequence resulting from separation from God (Romans 3:10-12,23, Romans 6:23). But not wanting anyone to die, God planned right from the beginning to provide the means of salvation for anyone who chooses to accept it. … Continue reading God Extends a Lifeline
God exists as a triune relationship of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, one God consisting of three persons. God's desire was to create humanity such that individuals could choose to love and live in community with Him to magnify His Glory. God made man in His image. To understand what that means, we must … Continue reading An Eternal Relationship
Throughout each day, we are faced with choices such as "What am I going to eat?", "What am I going to do?", "Where am I going to go?", and "With whom am I going to interact?". Many of the choices we face are minor in significance, while others, such as "Where am I going to … Continue reading Do We Have Free Will?
While it is impossible for our finite minds to fully comprehend an infinite God, the Bible gives us a good picture of His nature, and the natural world displays His Glory (Psalm 19:1). God is not a part of the physical universe, had no beginning, and will have no end. He exists infinitely outside of … Continue reading A Relatable God
Today I will begin a discussion regarding a biblical worldview and what it looks like to live with eternity in view. We will look at various aspects of God’s character and nature, as well as a few proposed challenges and problems for Christianity and biblical authority. Where this discussion goes will be based on a … Continue reading Worldview Introduction