Tag Info

New answers tagged

-1

The answer to the question is a correction, the topic, mysterious It is not that the future happens independent of God and God seeing it, is bound to go along. God foredecrees the future he foreknows. Jn 1:3 (RSVCE) 3 all things were made through him, and without him was not anything made that was made. The future good, begin with him, continue ...


1

The answer to your "conundrum" is found in the nature of God. God may accommodate Himself to time, but He is also the creator of time. Unlike us, God exists in the eternal present. "I AM THAT I AM," He revealed to Moses, when Moses inquired of the LORD as to who shall he tell his fellow Israelites had chosen him to be their leader: The "I AM THAT I ...


-3

Can God make a rock so big He can't lift it? Can God make a stick with only 1 end to it? Can God create future events that He is bound to? That's called the Omnipotence paradox. Can an omnipotent being create a task that it cannot perform? If it can, then there exists a task it cannot do, making that being non-omnipotent. But if it can't create the task, ...


0

Two Australian Anglicans, Michael Jensen and Tom Frame, interpret that part of the article to not be saying that the doctrine causes people to sin, but that it is a warning that people can misuse the doctrine and turn it into a kind of fatalism that produces desperation and licentiousness. What is always needed is more solid Biblical teaching that will ...


2

First, note that the 39 Articles are a creation of the English reformation of the Sixteenth century, having been put into their present form in 1563, and while they have the force of Law in the Church of England, they have a lesser authority in other political jurisdictions, and have been controversial since the beginning. There have been articles to which ...



Top 50 recent answers are included