I struggle somewhat with the idea that God allows to fall on us only what he knows we are capable of enduring.
First Person Plural
Of the Human and Divine
The House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
I defy anyone to explain how Daniel could have made this prediction in Daniel 2 without its having been first revealed to him by a sovereign and omniscient God.
His Wounded Hands
How well will we fare when, with “terrible exactness,” every “secret thing” comes under scrutiny before God?
The Dying Orphan’s Fear
The dying orphan’s fear reflects something embedded deep in our souls about wanting to be remembered.
Lord, Remember Me
The religious leaders, those who should have been worshipping Jesus as the Messiah, were mocking Him instead.
The Sears, Roebuck Catalogue People
Psychologists often advise people struggling with depression to stay off Facebook and other sites.
A Hilarious Paradox
In short, if Darwinism, or any contemporary incantation of it, were true, then anything we believe is more likely to be wrong than right.
Baader-Meinhof And the Providences Of God
I didn’t like him and, from what I could sense, he didn’t like me.
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