What does it mean that God is Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent and Omnibenevolent? Continue reading God is “Omni” everything, so why were WE created?
When reading the Bible, you’re bound to come across an assortment of behaviours, phrases and terms that might seem a bit odd or bizarre to the world of today. For example, have you ever been so sad, angry, desperate or depressed that you felt the need to tear your clothes? Continue reading Have you ever felt the urge to tear your clothes off?
Instead of pointing fingers and blaming each other for this, that, and whatever, we need to step back and appreciate the truth: because of our inherited disobedience against God, we’re all dying. Yes, we’re saved by the grace of God through the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ, but our bodies are still going to die. Continue reading Deadly Viruses, a Good Creation and a Loving God
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Okay, cool, but why? The Bible gives us only fractional information about the realms of God before our Genesis. And why would He? “In the beginning” means just that, the beginning of this Creation. God didn’t have a beginning; He’s always been. Anything to the otherwise is pure fiction; thereby irrelevant. Continue reading Why did God make us?
This is painfully obvious, but I think it needs to be said. Whether you’re young or old, wise or foolish, innocent or guilty, you, I, and the rest of the world are dying at a reasonably rapid rate. The current … Continue reading Like it or not, we’re all gonna die
All gifts, stories, enterprises and miracles are God’s, not ours. We can choose to believe we’re the masters and creators of our intelligence, that we’re independent, free from one another, free to choose this, that or the other. But the reality is comfortably different. God is the architect of the unique and extraordinary maze we call life from the entrance to the exit. Continue reading Where did all the languages come from?