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Podcast: How Do You Make Sense of the Wrath of God in John 3:36?
Learn and Turn. Greg discusses why the wrath of God is probably not an emotion of God but a way of describing the consequences built in to sin.
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Does God Have a Dark Side?
In the previous post, I argued that we ought to allow the incarnate and crucified Christ to redefine God for us rather than assume we know God ahead of time and then attempt to superimpose this understanding of God onto Christ. When we do this, I’ve argued, we arrive at the understanding that the essence…
Are We Supposed to Balance Love and Truth?
Often people say, “Yes we must love. But we must balance love with truth.” “Love has its place, but we must not forget God’s wrath.” “Love must never take the place of correct biblical doctrine.” Two points need to be made. First, if we take seriously the biblical teaching that the love command is the…
Penal Substitution View of Atonement: Did God the Father Just Need to Vent?
In this video blog, Greg outlines the penal substitution view of atonement which says that the Father poured out his wrath on Jesus instead of us so that we could be forgiven. This view is very common and you might even be nodding your head in agreement with that description. However, this view creates some…
What Does Paul Mean By God’s Wrath? (podcast)
Greg looks at what God’s wrath really is. Thank you Todd Lollar for the question. Check out weakisthenewstrong.com. Episode 650 http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0650.mp3
Podcast: How Does God’s Wrath Fit within a Cruciform Theology?
Greg considers God’s wrath. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0390.mp3
Lighten Up: Oldie But Goodie
We thought we would bring this video back for today’s Lighten Up feature because it’s just too good to let it languish in the archives. Oh, and if you’re wondering what Greg was going to say about the Patriot’s Bible, you can find that here.