Who is God? This article considers the question through the lens of Exodus 34:6-7.
"Mystery" in this article refers to the creature's inability to comprehend either the being or the actions of the Creator. Does it mean we cannot know God at all? Let the article explain.
There is no way men and women can believe the biblical truth about grace without embracing what it presupposes. This article discusses four fundamental truths that grace presupposes. Without them, the truth of grace is not believed.
God's self-existence is the truth that asserts that God has always been there. He has no beginning or end. This article explains this truth.
Clarifying the meanings of passibility and impassibility, this article discusses the challenge of understanding the emotions of God. The author considers passibility to be heresy, since it denies the being of the true God by reducing Him to human standards. Confessing impassibility is not denying the emotions of God.
The central confession of Israel was that their Lord is one. This is confirmed in the New Testament by Jesus (Mark 12:29). This means God is unique. This chapter explores this uniqueness in Scripture.
Who is God? This article attempts to answer this question by dwelling on the subject of the doctrine of God.
This article finds fault with the popular evangelicalism of the past few decades and sees it as a crumbling edifice. The source of this demise is evangelicalism's understanding of the doctrine of God, the doctrine of Christ and redemption, and the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, especially his work in regeneration and sanctification.
Looking at the relationship between the attributes of God and His nature, this article gives some historical background to the formulation of the doctrine of the simplicity of God. The author discusses the challenge of hyper-realism and nominalism - are the attributes of God independent or dependent of Him? Choosing one of these poses the challenge of painting an unbiblical view of God.
What is God? Looking at the relationship between the attributes of God and His nature, this article shows that while the word "God" is not the proper name of God, it is used as an umbrella word to cover what God is. Defining the attribute of simplicity (God cannot be divided into parts; He is non-composite), the author discusses what this tells us about God's nature.