Would you tell your child that Santa Claus exists? Do you know that he doesn’t? If your answer is “Yes, I would tell my child that Santa exists,” then, like it or not, you are lying to him or her. I simply ask, how do you, Christian parent, justify this?
Glory be to this King who is born, who now takes upon himself flesh and dwells among men. He will make peace and bring mercy from heaven, reconciling sinners to God!
Christmas is celebrated in America as a holiday when a god-like figure (Santa Claus) brings presents for all of the children of the earth. Do you see what has happened? We have been given another definition.
Nothing happens outside God’s decree and no one thwarts the plans of God.
Inclusivism is defined as “the practice of trying to incorporate diverse or unreconciled elements into a single system.” This plays itself out in the theological realm by saying that all religions lead to Christ.
Does God know the future? This is a question of monumental proportions. It is in this question that we discover whether or not God is worthy of our worship. This idea of God’s exhaustive knowledge of all things is referred to as omniscience.
What do I mean by beauty? I mean a person’s being made in the image of God, shining through in different ways at different ages.
Though they are quite unaware of it, people are not searching for eternal youth, but rather perfection. They seek to be made complete.
Luther had finally realized that the Catholic Church had been feeding him a lie that he had no way of refuting until now. That lie was that we can work our way to God.