The way in which God acts or moves is still a mystery.
Tag: nature of God
The battle of good versus evil—aka the great controversy—may be more even than you might think.
“Of course God will forgive me,” said German romantic poet Heinrich Heine on his death bed. “That’s His job.” Dr Norman Young, however, suggests God’s forgiveness is no such easy-going indulgence.
David Brown discusses what it really means to be human. (Fundamental Belief #7)
The triune nature of God is difficult to understand for Christians but almost impossible for those raised in the Muslim faith . . . almost but not totally impossible.
Dr Elizabeth Ostring explores “the most sublime, but often difficult to understand, teaching in the Bible”: the trinity. (Fundamental Belief #2)