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The Truth About…Philosophy (Part 2)

This month’s blogs series continues on the subject of philosophy. The Bible teaches that there are two realms of reality, the natural and supernatural. We believe we can known some of the supernatural realm through the Bible, and know the natural realm through our experience and reason.   Yet the question may arise–how do we know [&hellip

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The Truth About…Philosophy (Part 1)

These blogs on truth continue with a series on philosophy.  Don’t be intimidated by that word!  We all have a philosophy.  But first things first.  What is meant by “philosophy’? The word” philosophy” literally means “the love of wisdom.”  The dictionary definition means studying reality and the meaning of life.  If we focus on what people [&hellip

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The Truth About…Theology (Part 4)

There are two good answers when answering the question, “Does God exist?”   The answers are order and morality.  We focused on order last blog, so let’s focus on morality. Nearly everyone has a sense of right and wrong, and there is a universal agreement that there are certain things that should not happen, like theft [&hellip

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The Truth About…Theology (Part 3)

Let’s continue to examine theology, the study of God, by looking at arguments for God’s existence. You might wonder, how do we know that God exists? That’s a good question. And here are two good answers: order and morality. God reveals Himself by creation—that He is. This is called a natural knowledge of God, and [&hellip

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The Truth About…Theology (Part 2)

Theology means “the study of God.”  This series of blogs will address atheism, pantheism, and arguments for God’s existence.  Let’s continue with the concept of pantheism. Pantheism says that everything is God.  However, the Bible reveals that God is not part of the creation; He is the Creator who made all things. Genesis 1:1 states [&hellip

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The Truth About…Theology (Part 1)

Do you want to know the truth about God?  Let’s talk theology.  Theology means “the study of God.”  This series of blogs will address atheism, pantheism, and arguments for God’s existence.  Before we study God, we have to know some concepts regarding beliefs about God. There are basically four beliefs about God: theism, pantheism, atheism, [&hellip

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Jesus and the future: No one knows the exact day (Part 12)

Finishing the explanation of signs of the end from Matthew 24, we listen to Jesus’ command to watch in verses 32-44. “Now learn this lesson from the fig tree: As soon as its twigs get tender and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near. Even so, when you see all these things, [&hellip

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Jesus and the future: Heaven and hell (Part 11)

After Christ’s return and Judgment Day, the eternal states of heaven and hell begin.  Let’s look at descriptions of hell first. In hell,  unbelievers will experience damnation and eternal separation from God in both body and soul. Hell is pictured as a place of weeping and gnashing teeth (Matthew 8:12), where both body and soul will [&hellip

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Jesus and the future: Judgment Day (Part 10)

After Jesus returns to earth and the dead are resurrected, judgment will commence. Isaiah 24:21 says, “In that day the LORD will punish the powers in the heavens above and the kings on the earth below.” In other words, both the natural and supernatural realms will be subject to judgment, whether the inhabitants are demonic [&hellip

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Jesus and the future: Resurrection (Part 9)

When Christ returns on the last day, all people will be resurrected.  If death can be defined as separation of the soul from the body, the final resurrection reverses this consequence of the Fall into sin. Ecclesiastes 12:7 notes “the dust returns to the ground it came from, and the spirit returns to God who [&hellip

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