Read John 9:1-3.
Does Suffering Prove God Does Not Exist? Continue reading
Homicide Detective Jim Warner Wallace is one of the best at gathering and interpreting evidence at his law enforcement agency (LA County). My friend Peter, who researched the guy, described him this way: Continue reading
“His name was William James Sidis, and his IQ was estimated at between 250 and 300. At eighteen months he could read The New York Times, at two he taught himself Latin, at three he learned Greek. By the time he was an adult…
Last post on the book of John we saw how God so loved us, that He allowed His Son to suffer a horrible death, to pay the price for our sins, so we could be reconciled to Him in heaven. That’s the message of John 3:16. And then in John 3:17 we saw how God’s purpose isn’t to condemn anyone, but instead His purpose is exactly the opposite, His purpose is to rescue everyone from condemnation. (John 3:17, 2 Peter 3:9, See previous post For God So Loved You)
Today we’ll explore the next verse after John 3:16-17. Speaking of himself Jesus says,
“Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God.” (John 3:18)
Suffering, Evil, And Condemnation
You know, among atheists, the number one objection to the God of the Bible is Continue reading
Peter Guirguis, a former atheist, gives his take on the newly discovered Higgs Boson particle, sometimes referred to as the God particle, and what it has to do with scripture.