In the previous study of Genesis 1:26, we began to look at what it means to be made in the image of God. I said there were four contextual keys to what it means to be made in the image of God. This study looks at the final three contextual keys.
In this episode of the One Verse Podcast, we see that as followers of Jesus, we should not be condemning the environmentalists, but should actually be leading the way in showing this world how to take care of this earth. Listen to the episode to learn more.
Everybody wants God to show up and prove He exists once and for all. But instead, God seems to hide from us. But there is a good reason that God hides. The reason is because He loves us and wants us to love Him in return. This post explains more.
I have a new eBook coming out soon. The following post hits on one of the themes I write about in this book. To get this new book when it comes out, make sure you have subscribed to receive my blog posts and eBooks by email.
As I continue my series on Calvinism, it is important to state what I believe about free will. Here is my best attempt at explaining my beliefs on this controversial and difficult subject. What are your beliefs about free will? Does it exist? Is it a myth? What do you think, and why?
Can the unbeliever understand the things of God? Using 1 Corinthians 2:14, many say no. But this study of 1 Corinthians 2:14 reveals something else. 1 Corinthians 2:14 is not about an unbeliever’s inability to understand the things of God, but about the incapacity of reason and emotions to understand the things of God on their own. When properly paired with the Spirit, the soul, or mind, of a person can grasp and understand spiritual truth.
The Bible teaches that humans consist of three parts: the body, the soul, and the spirit. This helps us understand what happened in the fall, how sin occurs in our lives, what God does through regeneration, and why we are still awaiting glorification.