Regents in Revolt

Wednesday, 01 Mar 2017

If we begin with the fall, then we run the risk of giving the impression that human nature itself, as created, is weak and even prone to sin. A biblical view of human nature must therefore begin with the good Creator and his good creation.
Every major doctrine in Christianity is cloaked in mystery. Some claims to “mystery” are actually excuses for not having to support your claims with arguments and evidence—many play the mystery card when their claims turn to outright contradiction. But Christianity is full of mystery. There are answers—real answers—but they only go so far, and even then, they’re adjusted in a manner that accommodates to our capacity. One thing that makes these mysteries so mysterious is that they all contain a paradox at the heart. A paradox is not a contradiction (although a lot ...

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