The Wrath of God and Death of Jesus – Part 3

If you have not read Part 1 or 2, go back and catch up for the sake of context. Part 1: Part 2: As I have built a case so far, our view of God’s character effects our understanding of the wrath of God.  If we view God as constantly angry, then His wrath and […]

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Burned Out on Religion

I have read the “The Parable of the Prodigal Son” a thousand times.  I have heard pastors draw out from the older son’s conversation at the end of this parable. Here is that conversation. Luke 15 28 “The older brother became angry and refused to go in. So his father went out and pleaded with […]

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A Healthy Faith Tension

We hunger for and often times demand certainty.  Before making a choice, we need to be certain that we have weighed the facts and can make the most educated decision possible. For us, certainty has become the foundation in which we stand.  It is as if we can’t believe something fully until we have put it […]

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