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Category Archives: God’s Behavior
For the wisdom of this world is foolishness in God’s sight. ~ 1 Corinthians 3:19 The mind of God (assuming such a thing exists) is a truly incredible and incomprehensible thing. Not only is it able to keep tabs on the sins and actions … Continue reading
The Bible doesn’t have much to say about why God created animals, other than to say He did, and gave mankind dominion over them (Genesis 1:26). Whatever His reasons, God (or nature) has chosen not to spare many animals from experiencing … Continue reading
We are so intimately familiar with our requirement for food that we rarely ever step back to ponder exactly why we were “designed” to eat. But does this requirement make more sense in light of a Christian world view, or a natural … Continue reading
[Warning: Contains Mature (and Immature) Content] It’s hard to imagine a topic more filthy than pig sex. In fact, I almost withheld the question, but I decided it’s one worth asking. There are many gifts and abilities that God bestowed upon animals … Continue reading
The great thing about God is He’s chalk full of admirable traits; He’s kind, loving, just, merciful, Republican, and He hates all the same things we hate. He’s also perfect — perfectly good, perfectly just, and perfectly merciful. Or is … Continue reading
If God condemns them, then He is unfair (because they never heard the gospel), but if God saves them, then evangelism is unnecessary. What’s a god to do? The opening joke… A missionary travels to a remote village to spread … Continue reading
If I had been born in Iran instead of the United States, I have little doubt that I would be a Muslim today. And if I grew up in a predominantly Catholic, Hindu, Jewish or Buddhist culture, I have little … Continue reading
I’ve always been amazed by the body’s ability to heal itself. However, this ability really pales in comparison to the regenerative abilities of the salamander. Salamanders like the Mexican axolotl can regenerate their legs, tail, upper and lower jaw, eyes, lungs, heart, and … Continue reading
While this subject borders on the macabre, I believe that taking an unflinching look at natural extremes can provide us with important insights into how God, or nature, works. Such unique traits are fascinating because, on the one hand, we see the miracle of creation, … Continue reading
In Genesis chapter 1, God created every animal with a mate, including man. So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. ~ Genesis 1:27 But in chapter 2, … Continue reading