Tag Archive: Doctrine of God

Feb 25

Russell Grigg – Unfolding the Plan

Skeptics, liberals, and others sometimes claim that man’s concept of God is something which evolved, and that the Bible is merely man’s efforts to provide himself with a religious prop to explain the otherwise unexplainable or to ease the burden of life.1 However, nothing could be further from the truth. The Bible is a book …

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Jan 18

Michael Boling – Creation: Why, How, and When Did God Create the Universe?

(This was my contribution to the recent issue of Theology for Life. To view or download the latest issue, click here.) Genesis 1:1 – “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Scripture begins with a simple, clear, and important declaration. In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. There is …

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Mar 05

Louis Berkhof – The Doctrine of God

I. The Existence of God A. Place of the Doctrine of God in Dogmatics WORKS on dogmatic or systematic theology generally begin with the doctrine of God. The prevailing opinion has always recognized this as the most logical procedure and still points in the same direction. In many instances even they whose fundamental principles would …

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May 23

David Hall – The Doctrine of God Affects the Practice of Prayer

Think you can live without doctrine? Try that with prayer. Far from being an obstacle to godly living, doctrine helps. Specifically, when we pray we should be clear to WHOM we’re praying. For example, if you think of God as a syrupy and sentimental you might pray that your feelings be changed or charged. Or …

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Feb 10

David Petrie – The Sovereignty of God

The Sovereignty of God: An Exposition On The Seventh Question of The Westminster Shorter Catechism Perhaps the most neglected doctrine in the evangelical church today is the Doctrine of God. Just as the Bible starts with God,any study of theology must start with God. In fact, it is upon this doctrine that our faith will …

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