Divorce and cohabitation – what could they have in common? And how could anyone reduce the reasons for such complex things as divorce and cohabitation to just two sources? 1,382 more words
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Is God all powerful? Does he have limitless capability to accomplish whatever he chooses? Is God omnipotent?
The short answer is yes.
Matthew 19:26 informs us that “with God all things are possible.” In Genesis 18:14, God rhetorically asks, “Is anything too difficult for Yahweh?” Likewise in Jeremiah 32:27 – “”Behold, I am Yahweh, the God of all flesh; is anything too difficult for me?” Job was finally able to confess in Job 42:2, “I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted.” 561 more words
Is the Reformation over?
There have been several observations rendered on this subject by those I would call “erstwhile evangelicals.” One of them wrote, “Luther was right in the sixteenth century, but the question of justification is not an issue now.” A second self-confessed evangelical made a comment in a press conference I attended that “the sixteenth-century Reformation debate over justification by faith alone was a tempest in a teapot.” Still another noted European theologian has argued in print that the doctrine of justification by faith alone is no longer a significant issue in the church. 2,751 more words
A Vexing Gadfly
The Late Kierkegaard on Economic Matters
By Eliseo Pérez-Álvarez
“For those interested in Kierkegaard as a perceptive economic observer and agent, Vexing Gadfly does offer a rich cornucopia of primary source references, which merit historical examination. 56 more words