2 edition of We can still believe in God found in the catalog.
We can still believe in God
Foster, Allyn King
|Statement||by Allyn K. Foster.|
|LC Classifications||BT1101 .F7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 172 p.|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||36015869|
Just like god (whether there is one or not, it's probably not what we can imagine). Then again, atheists can be just as 'in-tune' with one another, from a sinful flesh point of view, as any other. Why believe in God? The complexity of all life and of our planet When we look to all of science, we can see that there is order and that there is a definite pattern to the layout and structure of not only the human body, but also the universe in which we live.
by Matt Slick 3/19/ Paul Young's book The Lies We Believe About God, (Atria Books, ), will probably be a pleasant read for most people. It is full of words of encouragement about the God of the Bible who loves us and travels with us as we experience the good and bad of our lives. In any case, I believe we should seek truth fearlessly and trust that it will lead us to a greater understanding of God. But at the same time, to believe that we can even come close to a clear comprehension of reality with our five feeble senses and our tiny little brains is really quite : Eric Lagrange.
I guess I was an apatheist. I didn’t believe in God, but mostly I didn’t care. Believing in God was irrelevant to me. Today, why people don’t believe in God is extremely important to me. I have dedicated my life to reaching people who are far from having faith in God. To help them believe, it helps to understand why they don’t believe. But that presupposes we will be true to God’s Word even when it isn’t popular. It’s easy to say, “Let’s not talk about hell.” But Jesus felt free to raise the topic and so should we. Most People Believe in Hell. A Fox News Poll revealed that 87% of Americans say they believe in heaven while 74% say they believe in hell. While.
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“Can We Still Believe in God?” Book Review. Rating: 5 out of 5. This is the first book that I’ve read by Craig Blomburg. His name has come up often any many books that I’ve read, and those authors hold him in very high esteem. It’s almost as if whenever the New Testament is mentioned, Craig Blomburg is likely quoted.
Since I’ve. God's prophetic words exist to inform us, enthuse us, and motivate us regarding 'our blessed hope' (Titus ). This book is sure to do just that. Hitchcock and Hindson carefully guide us through the biblical data, respond to today's popular criticisms, and help us to say with confidence, 'Yes, we can still believe in the rapture!'"/5(28).
In this their latest book, Can We Still Believe in the Rapture?, prophecy teachers Ed Hindson and Mark Hitchcock take on the rapture skeptics as they explore one of the Bible’s most beloved and controversial eschatological subjects.
The book explores two main aspects of the rapture/5. In this their latest book, Can We Still Believe in the Rapture?, prophecy teachers Ed Hindson and Mark Hitchcock take on the rapture skeptics as they explore one of the Bible’s most beloved and controversial eschatological subjects.
The book explores two main aspects of the rapture/5. "Yes, we can still believe. Read this book with an open mind and you may also be convinced that you can believe in the rapture.
When we believe in the rapture, our sense of urgency and our commitment to advancing the gospel increases greatly.".
The book also includes a Scripture Index, Subject Index, and very desirably for me an annotated note section by chapter. On the whole I really enjoyed reading "Can we Still Believe the Bible".
The sheer breath of the topics covered means that discussion is fairly concise but a /5(47). Andy Thomson, a psychiatrist and Trustee of the Richard Dawkins Foundation has written a book, Why We Believe in Gods, based on a video presentation by the same name.
In it Dr. Thomson goes through the differnet predispositions in our brains religions exploit, and these predispositions are utlimately the reasons why religions persist/5(88). The Scripture Had to Be Fulfilled: Can We Still Believe the Bible. “Brothers, the Scripture had to be fulfilled which the Holy Spirit spoke long ago through the mouth of David concerning Judas” (Acts ).
Then in verse 20 he introduces his quotations from the Psalms with this phrase “It is written in the book of Psalms. We Believe In God. 2M likes. We are a community of Faith that lives to tell the world about the goodness of God. We believe!/5. If you argue from the existence of evil to the non-existence of God, you are assuming the existence of an absolute moral law in order for your argument to work.
But if there is such a law, then that would also mean that there is such a God, since He is the only one who could give us such a law. Can we believe in God without believing the BIble.
That book confuses people, too many contradictions, too many unbelievable stories (seriously, some people turned to salt because they looked at something????), too much violence for something that's supposebly preaching peace and. Most of what we believe comes from mental tools working below our conscious awarenes That is Justin Barrett's simple answer to the question of his title.
With rich evidence from cognitive science but without technical language, psychologist Barrett shows that belief in God is an almost inevitable consequence of the kind of minds we have/5.
Why We Believe in God(s): A Concise Guide to the Science of Faith by J. Anderson Thomson, Jr., MD with Clare Aukofer "Why We Believe in God(s)" is the brief yet commendable book that studies faith through the eyes of science.
This page book is composed of ten chapters: /5. You can believe in God and yet not believe that Jesus was anything other than a person (a decent person who tried to get others to be more decent). The world is full of people who believe as you do.
Nobody on Earth can tell anyone else whether or not they will get to heaven or hell or whether there is really anything after life on Earth. In the end it takes more faith not to believe in God.
Several years ago Ray Comfort wrote a book with the clever title, God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists. He’s right. God exists whether you believe it or not because God doesn’t believe in atheists.
“The fool says in his heart, ‘There is no God. Hebrews 11 Worldwide English (New Testament) (WE). 11 If people believe God, then they know they have the things they hope to get.
It is the proof of things we do not see. 2 There were people long ago believed God. He said they were good because they believed him. 3 We believe in God, so that is how we know that God made the world by his word.
The things we see were made out of things that. Mathematics and numbers are infinite — we will never know all there is to know about them — yet we can still learn algebra and calculus.
The same is true of God: we can come to know him even if He’s a mystery. So, as the Good Book says, “Seek and ye shall find.” This is. But we can praise God for the good he can work in the darkest days of life. Romans is not teaching us to call evil good or simply to smile through the tears and pretend everything is OK.
Romans is not teaching us to call evil good or simply to smile through the tears and pretend everything is OK.
Mark Hitchcock: Can We Still Believe in the Rapture. the Tribulation and be spared the wrath of God described in the book of Revelation. and answer the key question—can we still believe.
That is why Richard Dawkins’ book The God Delusion is not just a one-page tract stating that he doesn’t believe in God. It is a lengthy volume dedicated to his atheistic worldview, naturalism, which holds that this universe/multiverse is all that exists, that what scientists.
Lies We Believe About God is the latest book from the author of The Shack, WM. Paul Young. The author originally penned The Shack at the request of his wife as a Christmas gift to his six children.
First published inthis book has sold over 20 million copies and was recently unveiled as a feature film.4/5. Belief in the God of the Bible does not negate the use of reason; rather, it is when we seek God that He opens our eyes (Psalm ), enlightens our understanding (Ephesians ), and grants us wisdom (Proverbs 8).
Belief in God is bolstered by the ."Do we actually believe we honor God by declaring God the author of all this mess [a woman's paralysis] in the name of Sovereignty and Omnipotent Control?" (p. 37). " What if there is no “plan” for your life but rather a relationship in which God constantly invites us to co-create, respectfully s ubmitting to the choices we bring to the table?".