In this issue . . .
A: God is holy, righteous, and just, while the descendants of Adam and Eve are not. Therefore He is a God of judgment, wrath, and vengeance. But these are not His only characteristics. God the Father is clearly shown in both the Old and New Testaments as merciful, long-suffering, gracious, and compassionate.
Despite our sin and rebellion, God loved us. The Father loved us enough to send His Son who died for us that our sins could be forgiven. Perhaps the Psalmist said it best when he contemplated the full scope of the character of God: “Mercy and truth have met together; righteousness and peace have kissed” (Psalm 85:10).
Read the whole article by Troy Lacey to consider further these crucial characteristics of our heavenly Father.
In these 48 short lessons you will learn: Bibliology, Theology Proper, Anthropology, Soteriology and ten other doctrines to help you mature in your thought and practice.
Paleo-sorting Morphs Three Dinosaurs into One: Identification of fossilized species, especially for an entire group of extinct animals, can be challenging.
Selective Switch Toggles Bacterial Traits While “Bacteria Evolve with Predictable Results”: Gluttonous bacteria on the fast track compete with biofilm-makers boldly going where bacteria haven’t gone before.
Autistic Teen Targeted in Venomous Letter: An attack on this autistic child was the natural fruit of “pro-choice” and evolutionary worldviews.
Is “Gay” Marriage a Civil Right?
This week Steve Ham talks with Dr. Andrew Snelling to answer the question, “Why Is Research So Important to Creation Apologetics?”
This Week . . .
Thank God for the many churches that used our Kingdom Chronicles VBS program this summer.
Pray for the further development of next year’s program, International Spy Academy.
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