Got Questions About God?
Do you have a friend who’s got questions about God? Greg’s father was an atheist who had lots of questions. Over an extended period, Greg and his father wrote letters to one another where they talked honestly about them. The questions include:
- Why is the world so full of suffering?
- Why does God create earthquakes and famines?
- Is your God all-powerful?
- Why didn’t God spare your mother?
- How can you believe that a man was God?
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Greg Boyd and Bruxy Cavey swapped pulpits last weekend. Here are a couple of clips to give you an idea of what each of them offered. You can access the full sermons here and here.
Several years ago, Woodland Hills Church hosted a Q&A with Greg Boyd and Paul Eddy to answer questions that arose from their exploration of Anabaptism. In this short clip, they address the Anabaptist principle of non-violence, and point out that this principle goes far beyond refraining from external violence. The call to non-violence is grounded in our…
a book review by Greg Boyd While there were many precursors to the movement, Open Theism first exploded on the scene as a controversial issue among Evangelicals in the wake of the 1994 publication of The Openness of God (ed. Clark Pinnock). The years immediately following the publication of this landmark book were marked by…
Endorsements “The imagination is one of the great, untapped capacities of the Christian soul, and imaginative prayer is like diving into the ocean and discovering a world of wonders never before glimpsed or even guessed at. Read Seeing is Believing and discover the great gift from God that you may have been missing.” –Luci Shaw,…
Does God continue to work with people after death? Is one’s eternal destiny fixed at death? Is the work of sanctification irrelevant? Here Greg shares his views on what happens when we die.
Hoping you all have a blessed Christmas. Love, Greg and Shelley and the grandkids