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Podcast: When Will God Find Me a Spouse?
Greg discusses God’s role in romance. Is God the Omni-Matchmaker? Does love happen only for the faithful? Will Mitch find his one true love? Answers to these questions, and MORE, in this romance-filled episode!
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Sermons: Who’s The Boss
The Bible definitely talks about the roles a man and a woman should have in marriage. In this sermon clip, Greg Boyd discusses Colossians 3:18-19 and difficulty in his own marriage upon misunderstanding these roles. Marriage in the Bible can be misunderstood, and it often leads to questions of who should be the boss…
Romans 8:28: What Does It Mean?
The Bible is very clear that God has nothing to do with evil. There is “no darkness” in God. (I Jn 1:5). Far from intentionally bringing about evil, God’s “eyes are too pure to look on evil” (Heb. 1:13). All evil, therefore, must be ultimately traced back to decisions made by free agents other than…
What, Father, Do You Desire This Minute?
Frank Laubach, a 20th century missionary to Philippines, wrote about the challenge of being continually aware of the presence of God and learning to respond to God’s promptings. He wrote, “I feel simply carried along each hour, doing my part in a plan which is far beyond myself. This sense of cooperation with God in…
A Marriage Confession, But Not That Kind
Article by Thomas Horrocks Over the last two years I’ve had to do a lot of wrestling with my theology of marriage and divorce. Far too often too many of us try to do theology in a vacuum, divorced (if you’ll forgive the pun), from lived experience. The problem is, that’s not how Jesus teaches…
Good From Evil
The Bible is very clear that God has nothing to do with evil. There is “no darkness” in God. (I Jn 1:5). Far from intentionally bringing about evil, God’s “eyes are too pure to look on evil” (Hab. 1:13). All evil, therefore, must be ultimately traced back to decisions made by free agents other than…
Where is Human Free Will in the Bible?
The Bible is emphatic on its teaching that humans possess free will and are capable of originating evil. Notice, for example, that in the very first chapter of the Bible God commands humans to be fruitful and exercise dominion over the animal kingdom and the earth (Gen. 1:26). The fact that God must command us…