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feel like my health adventure has slipped again into it’s terrible vintage habits. One to two weeks of correcteffectiveprogressfull of accomplishments and motivation. Then, one weekend full of bad choicesdeliberate or no longerand thenthe following week or so is a sad strive at recuperationby and large full of empty promises of a better the following dayit’s miles a brutal, discouraging cycle that turns into more difficult and harder to recover fromevery relapse leads to worse picks and longer intervals of stagnation. i’m sure lots of you may relate.

buti’m unsure how to break the cycle. I want to go outexperience myself, and i refuse to present that up. no person shouldhave to. I simply need to figure out a manner to preserve it from becoming every week or of routine terrible alternatives. How do I take one night or weekend out and maintain it from finding out my following couple of weeks of fitnessalternatives?…

Should We Be Thankful for Adam Eves Sin?

Its been a while since our last post. So, lets recap. Weve been considering the problem of evil as part of a broader discussion of divine providence, and weve noted whether were Arminian, Calvinist or Open Theist we all end up explaining the existence of evil by pointing to some greater good we believe God will bring out of it. Most of us are painfully aware of how much crime,
the trouble is its difficult to determine the good God intends bring out of any particular evil. Because events are interconnected, the good God intends to accomplish through any given event may not be realized until much later. But, that doesnt mean God has left us completely in the dark. As well see, hes given us a picture of the good he intends to bring out of evil in general, and that gives us a basis for trusting he is working each specific instance of evil for good as well.

From a Christian perspective, evil entered the world when Adam and Eve first sinned. From that moment on, though, because their sin infected and corrupted each one of us, weve all had a hand in perpetuating evils existence and the suffering that goes along with it. Thats an interesting problem for Calvinists. As weve noted a number of times throughout this series, from a Calvinist perspective our choices are never random. In any given set of circumstances, we choose what we want most at the time. If thats true, God could have prevented Adam and Eves sin by arranging events in such a way that they were able to avoid any circumstance that would have made them want to sin. Or he could have simply created them with sinless natures to begin with so they never would have wanted to sin under any circumstances.

Question: “Why do I face the effects of Adam’s sin once I did not devour the fruit?”

Answer: The Bible says, “Sin entered the arena via one guy, and dying through sin, and on this way loss of life got here to all guysdue to the fact all sinned” (Romans five:12). It became via Adam that sin entered the worldwhen Adam sinned, he immediately died spiritually—his courting with God changed into broken—and he also began demise bodily—his framebegan the manner of developing old and death. From that point on, all of us born has inherited Adam’s sin nature and suffered the identical effects of spiritual and bodily death.

The theological precept of a man representing his descendants is known as “federal headship.” Adam changed into the firstcreated man or women. He stood at the “head” of the human race. He turned into placed within the lawn to act now notbest for himself but for all his progeny. everybody ever born changed into already “in Adam,” represented via him. The idea of federal headship is genuinely taught some other place in Scripture: “One may even say that Levi himself, who receives tithes, paid tithes through Abraham, for he became nevertheless inside the loins of his ancestor whilst Melchizedek met him” (Hebrews 7:9-10, ESV). Levi changed into born numerous centuries after Abraham lived, but Levi paid tithes to Melchizedek “through Abraham.” Abraham became the federal head of the Jewish people, and his movements represented the destinytwelve tribes and the Levitical priesthood.

That raises a question: if he could have prevented it, why did God allow Adam and Eve to sin? Wouldnt it have been better to have nipped it in the bud at the start so evil never would have had a chance to cause so much pain? Although God could have done that, its important to understand our relationship with him would have been substantially different because we wouldnt have seen his goodness as clearly.…

How Can a Book Written by Men Be Gods Word?

 

Christians believe the Bible is inspired. But, what does that mean? We sometimes refer to a piece of art or a work of literature as inspired if we think its particularly creative or insightful. But, when we say the Bible is inspired, were not simply suggesting its a really good book. Were referring to the fact that it contains Gods own words.

For some that may conjure up the image of God dictating the contents of the Bible the way an executive might dictate a letter, with the biblical authors writing down everything God says. But, thats not an adequate image. There certainly were times when the authors wrote down exactly what they heard God say. But, the individual personalities of the biblical authors themselves also come through in their writing. The different books, for example, reflect differences in style and vocabulary that one wouldnt expect if the Bible were merely the result of dictation. The human authors must have been intimately involved in the writing process. But, if thats true, how can we say the Bible contains Gods own words? Dont we just have the words of human beings the same as any other book? Thats where Gods comprehensive knowledge of each and every person, including the biblical authors, comes into play.

The summer Olympics are coming up in London. Imagine you have tickets to the mens marathon and your local paper asked if youd write an article covering it for the sports page. As the race is nearing the end, the leader enters the stadium well ahead of the other competitors and on world record pace. All of a sudden, his knee twists violently and he collapses into a heap on the track. Soon the other runners, one by one, pass him by as he lays there unable to finish the race.

How would you describe the scene? Wed all no doubt write something different. Our working vocabulary would obviously affect the words wed use: precise medical terminology might come easily for some of us, others would be content to use more general terms. Our personality would affect what we chose to focus on: many of us would focus on the specific details of what happened, others might speculate on the emotional impact the fall would have on the runner. Our range of sports knowledge would affect the comparisons wed make: if were up on our Olympic history, we might think of the falls of Dan Jansen and Mary Decker Slaney, but, if we were a football fan in the 80s, Joe Theismanns horrific leg injury might more naturally come to mind. How can anyone  believe the bible is God word? Other personal factors would no doubt play a role in shaping what we decided to say.

That connection between who we are and what we say suggests the better I know you, the better I can predict what youre going to say. My wife, Jeni, for example, knows that when I hear her say the word committee I almost always, in my best Beastie Boys imitation, burst into: They got a committee to get me off the block because I say my rhymes loud and I say em nonstop (I know. Youll never be able to get the image of me trying to rap out of your head. Sorry about that.) If I knew you well enough, Id have a pretty good idea of the article youd write on the marathon. The problem is we dont know anyone perfectly. As a result, we never know exactly what someone is going to say.

But, God isnt limited in that way. God knew exactly what the biblical authors would say because he knew everything about them. More than that though, from the beginning, God was shaping the kind of people they would become. In His providence, God shaped those factors that would shape their writing, including their personalities, vocabulary and worldview (Erickson 2000, 243). As a result, God not only knew what they would say, He knew they would say precisely what He Himself wanted to say. As Wayne Grudem puts it, Gods providential oversight and direction of the life of each author was such thatwhen they actually came to the point of putting pen to paper, the words were fully their own words but also fully the words that God wanted them to write, words that God would also claim as his own (1994, 81).…

Why Finding the Good In the Bad Is Sometimes So Hard

I was at a coffee shop this weekend and a friend noticed I was reading a book by Randy Alcorn titled If God Is Good: Faith in the Midst of Suffering and Evil. The good In the bad is sometimes so hard. That led to a discussion about whether God has a plan for the bad things we go through in life. She had lost her job several months before. After not finding any jobs in her field, she was forced to take a job in a different line of work. At the time, some of her Christian friends told her losing her job was part of Gods plan. It was clear to them God allowed her to lose her job because he had a better one in store for her. The trouble is she doesn’t think this job is better. As a result, she finds it hard to agree with her friends assessment. Their view on her situation got me thinking about how easily we develop a sort of nearsightedness when it comes to Gods plan.

Our Nearsightedness

In the previous post, I suggested whether were Arniminan, Open Theist, or Calvinist, when it comes to explaining why God permits suffering, we all wind up pointing to some greater good he accomplishes through it. For a lot of us, thats where the nearsightedness comes in. We expect to see that greater good right in front of us in our immediate circumstances. So, when a friend loses their job, we assume it must be because God has better one for them. If they dont find a better job, we assume God wants them to learn some spiritual lesson (e.g. patience or trust). Those are results we can see and understand.

But, it doesnt always work that way. The hardships we endure dont always lead to an immediately obvious greater good. Many on the east coast, for example, whose homes were flooded by hurricane Sandy, will wind up with renewed hope and a greater appreciation for mankind because their neighbors reached out to help them. Others, though, might not find as many helping hands. Rather than renewed hope, they may simply find themselves overwhelmed by the devastation, lost in bureaucratic red tape, and tempted to give up.

We naturally want to see the good materialize right away. But, Gods plan is much bigger than any of us. Because events are interconnected, the things that happen in our lives both good and bad are part of a complex chain, But how can i believe God. That means the good God intends to accomplish through any given event in our lives may not be realized until years, decades or even generations down the road.

I am fortunate which will declare at the least four buddies, of each genders, who stretch returned almost 40 years, and some of different extra latest ones that are near and sturdybut i have additionally lost enough to take into account thatfriendships are tough, and the closer they are the extra difficult they turn out to bethis is also genuine of circle of relativesrelationships, but it’s very tough to get away your own family. With friendsif you annoy them an excessive amount ofthey can simply drop you. within this simple fact lies one of the first standards of friendship – tread cautiouslypals are treasured, even irreplaceable, however they’re also fragile.

Treading carefully is less complicated said than donea part of a good friendship is honesty, and eventually one is compelledto pick out among being amenable and giving a chum the honesty you suspect the connection deserveshowever honesty is constantly a risky approachwhether or not it’s asking “Do you like my new dress/healthy?” or “Do you want my new girlfriend/boyfriend?” every so often you are forced to discover what your friendship rests on, and from time to time the rules show insubstantial.

Think about Josephs situation. He was betrayed by his brothers, sold into slavery, and thrown into prison. Why did God ask Joseph to endure all that? He did eventually ascend to second in command over all of Egypt. Was Gods main concern making sure Joseph had a killer job? He probably learned some lessons along the way as well. Was that the reason God allowed him to suffer? No on both counts. Gods primary plan was fulfilling his promise to Abraham.…

Problem of Evil Pt. 3: Does the Ending Matter?

Last time, we discussed the fact that the problem of evil is only one of the factors we need to consider when were talking about the question of Gods existence. Our calculation of the probability of Gods existence needs to based on all the evidence, not just the presence of evil in the world. We closed though by reiterating the probability that an all-powerful and loving God would permit the evil we see is nevertheless part of that equation. So, the question is: can the existence of evil be squared with the existence of God?

Admittedly, on the surface, the two seem inconsistent. Most of us would assume a loving God would want to prevent all evil. However, as many scholars have noted, theres not necessarily a contradiction between the existence of evil and the existence of a loving God. If there were a greater good that could only be achieved by permitting evil, a loving God could consistently permit that evil in order to ensure the greatest good (Craig 2003 539-541).

Skeptics dont necessarily disagree with that logic. But, many would argue that while the existence of a loving God might be logically possible, it doesnt seem probable given the amount of evil in the world. In theory, the existence of some evil might be justified by a greater good. But, in reality, so much of the evil we see makes so little sense that its difficult to see how it could all be part of a larger plan to acquire some greater good.

The problem is our knowledge and experience is so limited that I’m not sure theres any way we could determine that. The relationship among the events in the world is so complex that its extremely difficult to assess if wed be better off if any of those events had been different. A classic example is the movie Its a Wonderful Life. The main character, George Bailey, reaches a low point in his life and thinks it would have been better if he had never been born. But, then he gets a look at what the world would have been like without him, and he realizes his life imapcted others for the better in ways he never knew.

What is true of life is also true of death. Im a fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation and in one episode the starship Enterprise encounters an earlier version of itself, the Enterprise C, which has come through a rift in time. At that moment, history changes. The Federation, which had been at peace, is now at war with the Klingons. It turns out, in the past, the crew of the Enterprise C gave their lives to save a Klingon ship that was under attack. The Klingons were moved by that sacrifice. As a result, their relationship with the Federation, which had been hostile, changed.

But, now that the Enterprise C has come through the rift, that sacrifice never happened. As a result, the relationship between the Klingons and the Federation never changed, and they are now locked in a war that has taken countless lives. When the crew realizes this, they decide to go back through the rift. Even though they know it means theyre going to die, they know their deaths will achieve a greater good.

Dont misunderstand me. Thats Hollywood. Im not suggesting all the evil in the world has such a simple straight-forward explanation. My point is simply the ultimate value of an event can only be determined by the ultimate consequences of that event. Unfortunately, were rarely in the position to see what the end result of any event will be. Because of our cognitive limitations, actions that appear disasterous in the short term may redound to the greatest good, while some short-term boon may issue in untold misery. Once we contemplate Gods providence over the whole of history, then it becomes evident how hopeless it is for limited observers to speculate on the probability of Gods having morally sufficient reasons for the evils we see (Craig 2003 545).

I can imagine someone at this point saying, But, that doesnt mean God actually has a good reason. Our cognitive limitations work both ways. They prevent us from saying for sure God doesnt have a good reason for evil. But, they also prevent us from saying for sure that He does. If we cant see how everything will work out in the end, the most we can say is God might have a good reason for all the evil we see. So, in our final post on the problem of evil, well ask whether theres any additional evidence that suggests we ought to trust God does have a good reason for permitting evil and is in fact working all things for good.

Why You Need to Know God Better

Theres an SNL skit where Sally Field plays a character named Tina who prays about everything. She prays that God would help her daughter with her algebra testthat God would protect her husband as he starts the carthat God would be with her as she vacuums the stairsshe even asks God to keep the rice from sticking. One day as shes in the kitchen, Jesus appears and asks if she could perhaps not pray so much. Tina wants to please Jesus, but shes confused. What prayers should she cut out? Should she stop praying about her daughters education? Or her husbands safety? Need to Know God Better? As her confusion and distress mounts, Jesus realizes this might have been a bad idea. So he rewinds time to the moment just before he appeared, and Tina goes back to her laundry list of prayers blissfully unaware theyre driving God batty. If youve never seen the skit before, here it is:

Its a funny bit. (Maybe a little condescending to Christians, but humorous nonetheless.) It also raises an interesting question: What is God like? Does he want us to pray to him? Does it ever annoy him to have so many people pestering him about so many things? Is he even capable of experiencing emotion?

Our New Series: What Is God Like?

Those are the sort of questions were going to ask in our new series as we take a closer look at Gods nature. To some that may sound like a purely academic subject. After all, if you look at any systematic theology textbook, theres a good chance the nature of God is the first chapter.

But this isnt a subject for scholars only. All of us have some sort of view of what God is like. The only question is whether our view of God corresponds with reality.

The Danger of Having Wrong Ideas About God

Imagine a husband sees his wife as a type-A personality and adrenaline junkie who is driven to reach the top of her field and loves climbing the tallest mountains and racing the fastest cars. In reality, though, she is very laid back and would love nothing more than to be able to stay home with the kids. Moreover, she has never given mountain climbing or racing a second thought. What would she think if she knew her husbands image of her missed the mark so badly? Shed certainly think he didnt know her very well. She might also conclude he didnt really love her. He may think he loves her, but in reality hes in love with another woman one who doesnt really exist.

We face a similar danger when it comes to our thoughts about God. Is the God we believe we know the One True God or merely a god who doesnt really exist?

Thats a particularly important question for Christians. God calls us into a relationship with him. Yet the further our image of God diverges from what he is actually like, the harder it is for us to claim we genuinely know him. We love and serve God. But, at some point, if our view of God sufficiently misses the mark, were really loving and serving another god. Thats not a matter to take lightly.

The Goal of This Series

The goal of this series then is to bring our image of God in line with his true nature. Well touch on a number of challenging questions such as:

1. What is the Trinity?
2. Does God exist outside of time?
3. Can God change his mind?

But the goal of this study isnt simply to supply you with more information about God. The hope is that, when were done, youll be able to say you truly know him better.

Where We Go From Here

Thats the goal. But is it possible? Theologians talk about God being transcendent. By that they mean God is greater than us in every conceivable way. If thats true, isnt he beyond our ability to understand? Can we, as mere humans, hope to ever really know God? Thats an important question that goes to the very heart of our faith, and its the topic well tackle next time as we begin to delve into our study of God in earnest.…