Christ was foretold, and came, because God said it.
The cultural expectation of Jesus can be completely inaccurate to the Scriptural worldview and to the character of God.
Isn’t it good to avoid unnecessary debates and trivial issues? Yes! Absolutely… but politics, religion, and philosophy are not trivial or unnecessary.
The Reformation was not about having some kind of anti-pope rage, stating a revolution or creating an excuse for theological bickering. It was about the Gospel.
I believe the only biblical way to have a relationship is through biblical courtship, with the intention of marriage.
We don’t examine our salvation through our doubts, but our convictions.
The reason why people are unable to give a proper defense for their faith in God is because they never came to know God in the first place.
During these long four or so years of college, we are tempted to do things that we would have never thought would happen. Based off what I have seen, there are three prominent groups of college Christians who react in an environment such as this.
I most certainly do believe that God is just and He wants justice carried out in any given society, but God would never condone for “equality” (as defined by our post-modern society) to be achieved through any means of prejudice or other wickedness that contradict the very heart of the Gospel.