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If Sin Contains its Own Punishment, Why Do the Wicked Prosper? (podcast)
What about the fat cats who never suffer? Greg and Barbara speculate on consequences and justice and the nature of sin and punishment. Why do evil people seem to flourish?
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Podcast: If Sin has Its Own Consequences, What Does God Actually Forgive?
Greg talks forgiveness, reconciliation, consequences of sin, and the afterlife. All in less than 5 minutes. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0346.mp3
Podcast: Is It ALWAYS Wrong to Take Oaths?
Greg looks at the spirit of the law as it pertains to law in the material world. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0264.mp3
Lighten Up: Sin
Image from Church is Stranger Than Fiction by Mary Chambers.
Did the Fall Really Happen? (podcast)
Greg speculates on the nature of the fall, then talks about evidence of God in the universe. Episode 520 http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0520.mp3
6 Things the Church Fathers Can Teach Us about Spiritual Warfare
Image by Christina Saint Marche via Flickr Unlike our thinking today about the source of good and evil in the world, the early church fathers, including Irenaus, Athenagorus, Origen, and others before Augustine, possessed a warfare worldview. Here are 6 ideas that are common in their writings: The Reality of the “World-in-Between” The church fathers assumed…
On the cross, God became our sin, as Paul wrote: “God made him who had no sin to be sin for us” (2 Cor 5:21). However, God didn’t begin to be a sin-bearing God when Jesus walked the earth and hung on the cross. Rather he became Incarnate and bore our sins on the cross…