If we are saved, then we are saved from God, by God, to God, and for God.
In Christ, we have access to the presence of God in the person of Jesus Christ.
My earnest prayer is that we would learn from this dialogue the importance of letting the text of Scripture dictate our theology, instead of our traditions dictating our theology.
Christadelphians: please feel free to keep the ball rolling.
God always intended to reveal Himself perfectly in the person of Jesus Christ.
When such matters are considered, we cannot avoid the wicked advice abortion culture would have given Mary.
These genealogies contrast one another yet both point to the sufficiency of Christ in helpful, informative fashion.
In His crucifiction, Christ propitiated the anger God held for the sins which Christ was blamed.
On the cross, Christ was declared by God to be a sinner.
Though a dangerous task in many respects, beholding and studying the cross is non-negotiable.