Almost a year ago, I wrote a couple of articles about errors in doctrine I had come across that reinforce a truth that I have repeated on several occasions: If we get the doctrine of God wrong, all of our other doctrines will be in error to some degree. Recently, I heard a preacher make … Continue reading Errors in Doctrine 3
How do you react when God's plan is diametrically opposed to your own? Habakkuk reacted with anger, shock, and disbelief before calming down to listen to God's plan.
A study of Habakkuk’s encounter with God. [i] Wrestling, Round 1, Part 2 In Part 1 of this first round in the wrestling match between Habakkuk and God, Habakkuk has expressed in no uncertain terms his frustration with the wickedness of the people and his impatience with the what appears to be the apathetic response … Continue reading Wrestling, Watching, Worshiping
Who is Habakkuk? And how is his writing relevant to the 21st century?
Before moving on with the study of man’s free will vis-à-vis the sovereign and unchangeable will of God, I want to go back just a moment to the article on Adam. Some of what follows is repetition from earlier posts, but bears repeating for the sake of clarity. Since the posting of earlier articles dealing … Continue reading Back to the Garden 2
Who was Noah? Was he a righteous man that God chose to build an ark, or a wicked man that God chose to redeem for His own purpose?
Since the 16th Century and the radical changes that took place during the Reformation, the church has debated the apparent conflict between the perfect, sovereign will of God and the free will and responsibility of man. The argument continues unabated today. There seems to be no easy solution to the apparent conflict, although there have been several attempts through the centuries