Creation

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All Creation Shares a Common Root

I recently watched a documentary about linguistic archeology. This is the study of discovering the branches of a language and finding the root language from which our modern languages developed. Here’s an interesting quote from Dr. Paul Geggarty1, an expert in archaeology and Language: Human societies don’t just come from nowhere, and nor do the …

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God is beyond our wonder

Truly, we serve an incomprehensible, marvelous, wondrous, complex God that loves us so much that He sacrificed His Son to provide a way of escape from His wrath and judgment.

Boast in the Lord

God planned salvation before the creation of everything. God’s intent was to deny humanity any scrape pride in our salvation.

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Beauty

God does not do anything in haste..

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Jesus Was There

If we stroll back to the Creation of all things, we will find God. We’re on a mission to discover Christ in Christianity. Our first task is to clear away all the layers of “good intentions” and the cruft that has gathered on the narrative of Creation.

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Create!

All people have some measure of creativity because we all are in the image of God. But, when we are reborn, the Holy Spirit comes and lives within us; the God of all creation comes into these jars of clay.

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My Conversation with an Atheist

The underlying problem with all arguments atheists make is that they speak as a created being against the existence of their Creator. It doesn’t matter what logic you build upon this fundamental fallacy; at some point, it all crashes down.

See. Measure. Repeat.

Our journey within the Spirit requires the supernatural act of regeneration. That’s not an allegory, it really happens. Jesus said “You should not be surprised at my saying, ‘You must be born again.” (John 3:7) This requires us to believe in something beyond naturalism; it requires supernaturalism.

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We find this Moral Law in Scripture in Romans. For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse. (Romans 1:20 ESV)

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