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Category Archives: God
“You cover the altar of the LORD with tears, with weeping and crying; so He does not regard the offering anymore, nor receive it with goodwill from your hands. Yet you say ‘For what reason?’ Because the LORD has been … Continue reading
“God is jealous, and the LORD avenges; The LORD avenges and is furious. The LORD will take vengeance on His adversaries and He reserves wrath for His enemies; The LORD is slow to anger and great in power and will … Continue reading
Anthropomorphism (from the Greek Anthropos meaning man or human, and morphe meaning form or feature) is a figure of speech which is used in the Bible. It is “an ascription of material forms to God” (Clinton Lockhart, Principles of Interpretation, … Continue reading
In this last segment of this study, we will consider some questions which are commonly asked. 1. Is the idea of multiple persons in the Godhead found in the Old Testament? While it is not as clearly found in the … Continue reading
One of the most difficult issues in understanding the nature of God is understanding the number of God. Is God one or three? Let’s review. In lesson one, it was concluded that there is one God. In lesson two, it … Continue reading
One of the most difficult issues in understanding the nature of God is understanding the number of God. Is God one or three? In the previous lesson, it was concluded that there is a distinction between the Father, and the … Continue reading