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How Easter relates to suffering: five reflections on living in light of sin and evil – Part II

Stephen J. Wellum — April 18, 2014

  Third, in God’s plan of redemption, God not only demonstrates that he is sovereign over sin and evil, but also that in his sovereignty, holiness, justice, and grace he is rooting out sin and evil in the cross work of Christ, thus demonstrating that he is perfectly good and trustworthy. Scripture teaches that in…

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How Easter relates to suffering: five reflections on living in light of sin and evil – Part 1

Stephen J. Wellum — April 16, 2014

  First, as an important apologetic point, it is not only Christian theology which must wrestle with the problem of evil; every worldview, Christian and non-Christian alike, must also wrestled with it, albeit for different reasons depending upon the specific view in question. For example, naturalistic/atheistic viewpoints must first explain, given their overall view, how…

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‘Doing theology’ on Capitol Hill

Tom Strode — April 11, 2014

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That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.