God & the Gospel

God and all things in Relation to God

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For the Joy Set Before Him

January 08, 2018

According to Hebrews 12:2, did Jesus only seek his Joy by enduring the cross? Is this what "for the joy that was set before him" means? Yes, but there's more. The author of Hebrews carefully crafted this prepositional phrase to convey the precious twofold reality of Jesus' death for believers.

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The Extraordinary Love of God (Part 4)

January 04, 2018

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Understanding Habits

January 03, 2018

By understanding how God has created habits, we can better cultivate habits that glorify him.

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Confessing God as God

December 29, 2017

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Virtue in Studying God and Creation

December 22, 2017

Studying God and creation requires both intellectual and moral virtue, which is filled with patience and calmness, and dependent upon divine instruction.

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On Curiosity and Studiousness

December 15, 2017

Curiosity and studiousness are similar, but are incredibly different. One is a vice, the other a virtue, which one are you?

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Considering Loss as Gain

November 24, 2017

If we have Jesus, we could lose absolutely everything, and still consider it gain.

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The Intellectual Life of the Redeemed

November 17, 2017

From helping our children learn about nature, to elite academic work on creation, the redeemed intellect never stops his intellectual endeavor on created things, but looks up to the source: God the Trinity.

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Killing a Comparative Spirit

November 15, 2017

Have you ever had the experience of walking into a room, and, once you enter, you start ranking everyone in that room? We frequently compare ourselves to others. Many times, we shape our very identities in relation to those around us. One of the key ways to kill a comparative spirit is by hearing and obeying Jesus’ command, “You follow me.”

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Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiæ

November 10, 2017

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Two Distributive Doctrines

October 27, 2017

Two doctrines clearly stand out as distributive, that is, they are not restricted doctrines, but often determine how other doctrines are shaped and understood. The first doctrine is the Trinity. The other distributive doctrine is creation ex nihilo (out of nothing).