There is a lying and conniving enemy opposed to the work of Nehemiah and the Jewish people in Jerusalem. One can read it literally as well as spiritually. How do you approach this topic of spiritual opposition in life? ◊ Most… Read More ›
7 Biblical Lessons About Justice
An innocent man is targeted and tricked by powerful forces. A wicked political leader and accomplice are seemingly spared punishment for their evil deed. This tragic story of King Ahab and Jezebel reveals 7 clear lessons about God’s justice. ◊… Read More ›
God’s Virus Apocalypse?
What is God’s perspective on judgment? Is disease a judgment of God because of unhappiness with our behavior? Perhaps. He’s done it in the past. But is this pandemic a sign of the Apocalypse? ◊ This week I read an… Read More ›
More Evil and Conflicting Worldviews
A retrospective in light of tragedy in Nice, France: an update to a Biblical Viewpoint post first written on April 20, 2013 after the terrorist attack in Boston. Evil boldly manifested again in the public square gives rise to the… Read More ›
Habakkuk’s Question – Why?
A retrospective: an update to the very first Biblical Viewpoint post written on January 4, 2013. While evil exists and prospers and bad things happen even to good people, God is at work and in control beyond what we can… Read More ›
God, Boston, and Your Worldview
Evil boldly manifested again in the public square gives rise to the age-old question: How can a good God allow such bad things to happen? ♦ So it’s happening again. More bad things in a dark world, as they have… Read More ›
While evil exists and prospers and bad things happen even to good people, God is at work and in control beyond what we can sometimes understand. ♦ It was Habakkuk, a 7th century Hebrew Old Testament prophet, who posed the… Read More ›