Category Archives: theology of suffering

O God, Why? #3

As we had learned in the last post, the suffering of the follower of Jesus, has more than a few good and godly purposes.  1) Suffering serves as means of God’s loving correction in our lives. 2) Suffering is a … Continue reading

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Is That Really True?

In the clip above, Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church in Dallas, cites Romans 13 as the pretext for the president to take out the leader of North Korea. Is what he declares really true? The simple answer is … Continue reading

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