Tag Archives: God’s wrath

Another perspective on The Shack

Instead of posting a song this Sunday, I would like to post a recent video from John Crowder where he responds to people who wanted his perspective on the movie The Shack. I include this because of our recent discussion on … Continue reading

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Are anger and wrath attributes of God? Part two

We’ve been faithfully questioning our assumptions about the anger and wrath of God. Last time, I made the point that they should not be considered attributes because God does not eternally express these emotions within the Godhead. (If you have not read part one, … Continue reading

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Are anger and wrath attributes of God? Part one

Because my teaching focus is on the Father’s love, sometimes I will get accused of giving people an unbalanced view of God. One of the objections that keeps coming up goes something like this… “All this talk about the Father’s love…what about … Continue reading

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Children of wrath

Originally posted on alancetotheheart:
Paul says we should be transformed by the renewing of our minds. Rom 12:2 Do not be conformed to this world (this age), [fashioned after and adapted to its external, superficial customs], but be transformed (changed)…

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