Our Teaching Pastor (and Greg’s Q&A partner), Paul Eddy, just released a new book called “Justification: Five Views.”
Tagged as Books, Justification, Paul Eddy, Theology
The most important thing we learn, when we focus on Jesus as God’s ultimate revelation, is that God is a God of love.
Jesus is God’s one, true self-portrait. This point is emphasized throughout the New Testament because, if we don’t get it, we are left to our own imaginations about God.
Our vision of God in our mind is the single most important vision in our lives, for it completely determines whether we’ll have relationship with God and what kind of relationship this will be.
The quality of our relationship with God depends on the way we imagine God. When we get the image of God right, the doors open for us to trust and relate to God in the ways we were created to do. But there are so many images of God that are entirely messed up.
If God is not a micro-managing God, how can we thank him for daily blessings like getting a job offer or getting help fixing a flat tire?
How can a person “live by faith” and “build the Kingdom of God” while also working in a very secular profession? Where do we draw the line with that?
“If Jesus has already forgiven us, why do we still ask for forgiveness? And are we suppose to forgive people, even when they don’t ask for it?” Find out what Greg says…
Tagged as Jesus, Reflections, superhero, Theological Conversations, Theology
What kind of power did Jesus have? Could he leap tall buildings in a single bound? Was he able to bench press a donkey? If he wanted to could he pull a rabbit out of a hat?
Ask Greg is a blog series where Greg will answer questions asked by you. Several people have asked questions about free will and heaven, including Jeremy in Cottage Grove and Sarah in England. “Is there free will in heaven? If so, how do we know we won’t mess up in heaven like we do on earth?”