This post is a follow-up to my article Omnipresence and Free Will. If you have not read that post already, I encourage you to start there before continuing below. In my previous post, I addressed the argument that omnipresence eliminates any possibility of free will. The argument contended that God's presence encompasses every physical particle … Continue reading Omnipresence, Quarks, and Time
Today's post is one that I have been thinking a lot about for the last several weeks, and I'm excited to publish it. It is about the reality of God's omnipresence. God exists everywhere. Does it then follow that every molecule of the physical universe is a part of or extension of God Himself? One … Continue reading Omnipresence and Free Will
This post is a continuation of the Jesus Who? series. If you have not been following along, I recommend going back to catch up via the following links (Jesus Who?, Ignorance and God - Part II) While we cannot fully know the mind of God, we can speculate that a loving God who does not … Continue reading Ignorance and God – Part III
Today I will continue with the Jesus Who? series. Last time, in Without Excuse! we saw that every individual is without excuse regarding the knowledge of God and moral responsibility for one's actions, and that no one deserves salvation. So whereas it may be unfortunate, there may be some who have no basis for a … Continue reading Ignorance and God – Part I
Last time in the Jesus Who? series, we saw that salvation is found only through a relationship with Jesus. So if salvation is through Christ alone by grace, what about those who have never heard the name of Jesus? The answer to this dilemma is found in the knowledge and sovereignty of God. God knows … Continue reading Without Excuse!
Last time, we looked at the presence of evil in the world and the ultimate solution found in Christ Jesus. We will now look at the amount of wickedness and types of disasters that we observe in the world around us. Critics argue that God commanded or condoned murders and killing, not just of wicked … Continue reading Do God and the Bible Condone Evil? – Part II
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?
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