Adoption is the act of the Triune God in making us his children. This article shows how adoption changes our relationship with the world, God, and each other.
Not everyone is a child of God. It is only those who have received the gift of adoption who can call God their Father. This article looks at the sonship of Christ and shows how this has implications for believers in making them children of God. It is through adoption that a believer is brought into the family of God. Then the article shows how adoption should shape Christian identity and Christian life.
If you believe is Christ you are a child of God. This is the truth of adoption. This is what the article explains.
Adoption is an act of God’s free grace whereby believers become members of God's family. This article explains how the Bible speaks about the fatherhood of God and looks at both the positive and negative implication of this doctrine, showing that it is impossible to claim the universal fatherhood of God.
Adoption places the believer in a new status in terms of his relationship with God and God's people. His inheritance status changes also and he is given a new confidence in approaching God. This article explains these three changes.