God Loves Us Unconditionally – Unconditional Love Claim

Some argue that if we say God's love is conditional love; then, it is “earned” based on certain conditions that his servants would have to meet. At the same time, they say unconditional love is given willingly and totally without any expectation in return. They say God loving conditionally means He loves His servants only if they deserve the love. On the other hand, God loving unconditionally means to love regardless of the servant of God being unworthy of love. This way of thinking, usually by Calvinist-minded scholars, is misleading and so contrary to the Scriptures.

CHRISTIANS: Judgment in This Life

The Christian idea of the atonement, that Christ died for sin in the place of man, depends on the premise that God holds humans accountable for their sins. But God sent his Son to deal with this problem.

BAPTISM According to the Word of God: Immersion or Aspersion?

The Bible plainly teaches that if you want to serve God, you should be baptized. Jesus told his followers: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them ... Water baptism is a necessity for all who desire to have a relationship with God. Baptism publicly evidences your wish to serve God. It shows that you are ... What Is Baptism?

TRUE CHRISTIANS—Are Not followers of Men

To possess “the light of life” one must put faith in Jesus Christ and become his follower. On social media every day millions of Christians are saying such things as "I am a Calvinist," "I am an Arminian." "I am a Lutheran," "I am a Wesleyan," and so on. They then go on to debate and argue theology as though it is a blood sport.

CHRISTIANS What Does Abomination of Desolation Mean?

Abomination of Desolation: (Gr. bdelugma eremoseos) An expression by Jesus recorded in Mathew 24:15 and Mark 13:14 referring to Daniel 11:31 and 12:11. Bdelugma refers to something that is an abomination, unclean, which horrifies clean persons, leaving them disgusted. Eremoseos has the sense of an extensive desolating act, or destruction, which caused total ruin, leaving no place for shelter.

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