We can build our lives on this great attribute of God—his stability and constancy. But wait. Does God change who he is when we pray?
On a personal level, it means he does not need us, but we need him—desperately, even when we don’t realize it.
An attribute is also called a perfection. It is amazing. God can never improve or get worse. He is who he is, period.
A brief history of a controversy about the Bible in America, since the 1970s. The administrator of the website, James Malcolm, offers his view, at the end.
Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires, earthquakes and tsunamis—natural disasters slam humankind every year. Did God do that? What does the Bible say? Two different covenants make all the difference—a progressive revelation.
Grace means God’s unmerited, unearned favor. But once you have experienced it, you must show it.
To answer that question, we must separate the Kingdom of God from the Kingdom of Caesar. Part One in a four-part series.
To answer that question, we look at four episodes in the Gospels: John the Baptist and some soldiers; Jesus and a centurion; an apparent command to use a sword against a disciple’s family; and two swords during Jesus’ arrest.
Did they pick up swords to stop the persecution and control nonconformists?
The question is really asking whether they can kill in the name of the law or the Constitution.