To speak about what God hates is a difficult subject, because the love of God is more preferred. There is majesty, beauty, and hope to the idea of God’s love. The words of John 3:16 and following immediately come to mind. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that … Continue reading What God Hates
I received a phone call from a friend in Sebastian, Florida. He has been listening to a former prominent Baptist pastor in Tennessee teaching about prophecy. He knows that I hold a historical perspective on the Revelation and wanted to talk about it. As we discussed the various positions on the Revelation he eventually asked, … Continue reading What Difference Does it Make?
Joseph Smith Jr. December 23, 1805 – June 27, 1844 Despite its deceptive attempt to pass as a Christian institution, the truth is that Mormon theology is contrary to historic Christian faith on every major point of orthodoxy. This is not surprising since Smith insisted that all contemporary churches had “turned aside from the gospel.” … Continue reading A Maker of Many “Gods”
The Problem with Dissociation The Bible has much to say about lying. It has been written in stone that people are not to lie. “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor” (Exodus 20:16). The reason for this Divine prohibition is that God, who is holy and true, hates lying. “These six things doth … Continue reading The Sad Saga of Michael Cohen: Man Says, God Says