Contributed on Jan 2, 2015
Can we know God? Yes, we can, but only because he has chosen to make himself known to us.
When our daughter was in Junior High School, she made friends with a group of girls from Olney, Texas, a community about forty minutes to the south of us. And they invited her to a function their school was having on a certain Friday night. So, I drove her over, and, when the time came, I went ...read more
Contributed on Jan 12, 2015
There are aspects of God that we cannot know. God is above us -- far above us.
This would be Moses’ second trip up the mountain to meet God. The first trip had ended in disaster. God had given him the tablets of the law, written in stone, and he was coming down the mountain to give them to the people. But he heard something unexpected. He heard what sounded like loud ...read more
Contributed on Jan 29, 2015
God has good cause to be angry with us, but, because of his grace, he is not.
Dr. Richard Cutter was my Greek professor at Baylor. One day, during class, he was lecturing along, and I was having a hard time keeping up. I glanced over at the notes of the student sitting next to me, hoping to get from him something that I had missed. That’s okay, isn’t it? I mean, ...read more