by Alex | Feb 21, 2014 | Peace
You know how life just gets so crazy, and you– what about that time when you… oh, hey, don’t forget to take care of that… Life… is… distracting.
by Alex | Feb 18, 2014 | Goodness and Kindness
Does any but God possess the right of condemnation? Who are we to judge others? Condemnation of the sin of unbelievers by believers is not evangelism, it’s damaging, hateful, and drives people away.
by Alex | Feb 14, 2014 | Humility
Who would you rather be around? Someone who is always going on about themselves, or someone who demonstrates humility?
by Alex | Feb 11, 2014 | Fellowship
What is community, and does it really matter? Can I just watch my pastor on the TV, or stream the sermon on the phone? It’s not so important to be around others, is it?
by Alex | Feb 7, 2014 | Knowing GodEarlier this week, we discussed God’s eternity, and what Eternity, or more accurately, what His eternity means to us. Please visit that article if you haven’t done so already! This is part two of a two part series on the Eternity of God. God is Eternal: What Does This Mean to Us? Due to the manner in which God exists, that is, outside of time and space (perhaps it would be better to suggest that He is, in a sense, ‘above’ time and space), His ways are beyond our comprehensive abilities. We cannot truly begin to understand how God Himself operates within our plane of existence, as we have not frame of reference that is suitable to explain or demonstrate His abilities. By nature of His eternity, He is also eternally incomprehensible. God knows everything that we do, though not in a voyeuristic manner, rather, He has an innate knowledge of us and our actions, just by the nature of who He is (His control and ordaining notwithstanding); it’s less of an observation of our actions as it is inherent knowledge. He’s not sitting on pins and needles, watching and waiting to see what we do next; He exists completely, He is all-powerful, and not in a sense that He’s the strongest, but that all power that exists is imparted through Him. He is outside of time and eternal, and as such, we needn’t worry about tomorrow, or the next day – everything is within His control, and we can live without the fear of stepping outside of His will – we can’t even begin to ‘mess up’ His...
by Alex | Feb 4, 2014 | Knowing God
What do we mean when we say that God is eternal? Does he have a beginning, or just no end? How can we begin to comprehend what that means in our lives?
by Josh J. | Jan 31, 2014 | Knowing God, Uncategorized
What does ‘trinity’ mean, and how can there be _one_ God, with _three_ parts? Part two of a two-part series on the Trinity of God.
by Josh J. | Jan 28, 2014 | Knowing God
It can be a little difficult to really understand what “Trinity” means, and how it can be possible. In this two part article, we explore the triune God.
by Alex | Jan 24, 2014 | Seeing God
What’s the difference between right and wrong? What makes us moral… where does the idea even come from?
by Alex | Jan 21, 2014 | Seeing God
The Ontological Argument is perhaps the most unique and interesting argument for the existence of God. Read on to see why!