Tag: God

Advent and Fire: Encountering God

Born June 19, 1623, Blaise Pascal is widely remembered as one of the greatest mathematicians of the early modern era. His contributions to science, math, and philosophy earn his name fame and prestige comparable to the likes of René Descartes, Pierre de Fermat, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and other French Enlightenment thinkers. Pascal also earned notoriety for

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God’s Sovereign Choice – A study on Romans 8:28-9:29 (part 2)

Part One can be found here. __________________________ Let’s briefly summarize what we have read so far. God, before His act of creation, set apart a specific group of people whom He promised to one day glorify. God assures them that He is continuously active in this world to bring about their good and nothing ever

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God’s Sovereign Choice – A study on Romans 8:28-9:29 (part 1)

Early into my freshman year of college, I read the book “Erasing Hell” by Francis Chan. I had bought the book a few years before that and had let it collect dust throughout high school. I was intrigued enough to buy the book at 16, but I lacked the time, maturity, and interest to read

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God Revealing Himself Through Narrative

In the Judeo-Christian tradition, God is often referred to as the God of the Bible when He is contrasted to the gods of other religions. The Bible is the primary medium through which God reveals Himself to His people. Especially in protestant denominations, the Bible is considered to be the sole source of authority on

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