As pastor, one of the most asked questions I have been asked over the years is “can a person lose their salvation?”
Each one reminds us of all that we’ve been given through Christ. And when they’re understood as a collective group, we understand that Jesus, in purchasing our salvation, has covered every need of our lives that sin has broken.
The study of origins, or as Christians believe, creationism, is a crucial subject because our view of how everything began determines the most important things about us:
One of the most misunderstood and debated theological subjects is the truth and doctrine of true deity and humanity dwelling in one person: Jesus Christ. Yes, He is Jesus, the One and Only. Fully God and fully man. 100% God. 100% Man. But how should we understand this?
Those of us who follow Christ believe that Jesus is God. In fact, we’re staking our salvation and eternal lives on that. But there are many who say Jesus was “just a good man”, a powerful prophet, or a great teacher. Others say Jesus was an impostor…a wannabe God who deceived many. So how do we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that Jesus is God?
He is what makes the Christian faith unique and different from every other religion. But what exactly do we believe about Him? Over the next few weeks, we will look at that question.
God’s justice is not one of the most popular attributes of God. In fact, just the mention of God’s justice seems to rub people the wrong way. Our culture tends to view God like a buffet line.
Perhaps the defining question of human existence is “Who is God?” And “what is He like?”
God has revealed Himself in two ways: general revelation and special revelation. That begs a question: If God revealed Himself through the Bible, how do we know the Bible came from God? Here are 4 proofs:
Systematic theology is an attempt to draw truth from any and every source (primarily, the Bible) concerning God and express this truth simply in a comprehensive and complete system.