God’s Knowledge of the Future Is Unlimited

In the last few decades a movement has developed within Christianity that has come to be known by the term ‘open theism’. Proponents of this view believe that God’s knowledge of the future is limited. They argue in this way: God gives human beings genuine free will (often known as libertarian free will or contra-causal free will); if God knew all the future, the future would be fixed, and a fixed future is incompatible with humans having genuine free will; therefore God cannot know everything that will happen in the…

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Am I Just A Christian

An article appeared several months ago in Truth Magazine entitled “Is It Possible To Be Just A Christian?”  I want to answer that question,  but from a different standpoint.  The author brings out the point that people of the world consider themselves and others as Christians because the affiliate themselves with a particular religious organization other than the church that we read about in the New Testament.  A well written article by brother Heath Rogers dismissing that claim by correctly stating,  “the preaching of the apostles did not produce Catholics, …

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Thanks for Everything

We have a lot to be thankful for.” You usually hear people say that after they’ve been in a car crash, their house has been swallowed by a sinkhole and their cat is on dialysis.You try to show them pity, but they express gratitude that they are still alive, that they still have their loved ones, and that obscure Medicare rules are paying the cat’s veterinary bills.I guess it’s true. We do have a lot to be thankful for. Here’s a short list:

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