Dear Lord, I desire to walk in the spirit and to honor you with my life and marriage. Forgive me of my sins and teach me to walk in righteousness. Lord, I will no longer allow my pride to get… Read More ›
Two things happen when we sin: one to God and one to ourselves.
When we sin, God is offended because it is His Law that we are breaking.
Also, when we sin, we also die. We don’t die right there on the spot, but we do make it a certainty that we will face a death that is far more severe.
Sin, even the slightest, kills us (Rom. 6:23)…
If you read the Old Testament with the presupposition that you don’t think the God of Christianity is worthy of worship and/or read it to find ways to shore up your disbelief, it’s easy to make a seemingly coherent appeal that the OT God is simply awful.
I suppose I have an almost invincible disinclination to believe the whole resurrection story . . . because it seems to me so wildly inconsistent with everything else that happens in the universe.
If we have an impoverished worldview
That fails to embrace all of reality’s nuances
It means that
In the end
All we can do is
So we dance
To the music of pitiless indifference…
JESUS’ EXISTENCE. That Jesus was a historical individual is granted by virtually all historians and is supported by ancient Christian, Jewish, and pagan sources. Yet modern skeptics often feel that their best strategy for denying the evidence of his resurrection is to deny that he even existed.
If you are willing to be honest, you’ll find that Christianity is overall more consistent with evidence and logic than any other worldview.
From the atheist philosopher of science Michael Ruse. “Evolution is a religion. This was true of evolution in the beginning, and it is true of evolution still today.”