- Dr. Ed Stetzer
- The Joy of the Gospel, Together
- Partnership And Providence
- 10:00 a.m.
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What to make of the Bible? Objections against its divine origin are many: its miracles, its commands to obliterate enemies, its ancient traditions, its supposedly outdated views of science, and its human authors.
Is it a book from God or from man? We affirm it is of dual authorship: God superintended the human authors so that, while employing their styles and personalities, they nevertheless recorded God’s Word to us without error in the words of the original manuscripts.
Jesus made seven “I Am” statements in the Gospel of John, each serves as another proof of His deity. Here He encourages us to follow Him because He is the light of the world, able to guide us all the way from earth to the Heavenly City.
This message, perhaps more than any other, involves the greatest mystery and the greatest faith. Objections to God’s justice are many: the suffering in this world; the supposed inequity in the doctrine of election and the sufferings of hell.