“credo ut intelligam”
In pursuit of a deeper knowledge and relationship with God.
Context is important in every meaningful conversation. One’s argument should be built on the strengths of one’s position, not by arguing against a false opponent built by taking things out of context.
A personal story of deliverance for which God alone receives the glory.
The conversation continues – How is God good when such evil things are commanded by Him in the Old Testament?
In the final week of our study we turned to the pages of scripture for comfort and direction. How are we to respond when a loved one is going through suffering? How are we to respond when we are going through suffering?
(Handout missing – will update when found)Read More
Last week we delved into the philosophical/intellectual issues related to the problem of evil. This week we turn our attention to the reality that those arguments, as helpful as they may be, are little comfort when one is in the midst of trial.
This week we consider suffering in the life of a believer through the eyes of Job.Read More
In light of what we discussed regarding the power, knowledge, and goodness of God, how are we to deal with the reality of evil in our lives and the world?
This week we delved into the logical problem of evil in light of what we know to be true of our God.Read More
After a couple weeks off, we return with a refreshing study of the scriptural and conceptual issue regarding the goodness of God.
In week five, we stretched our brains by attempting to understand God’s omniscience and the problem of freedom and foreknowledge.Read More
Next, we discussed the scriptural foundations of the attribute of God’s perfect knowledge—Omniscience.Read More
In week three, we discussed some of the conceptual issues regarding the attribute of omnipotence.Read More