Evil can simply be defined as that which is immoral. Evil is diametrically opposed to good. Sin can function as either a noun and a verb, and can thus be defined as “that which is evil (noun)” or “to commit an immoral act [evil] (verb).”
The following is borrowed from a post titled “Seeking Sanctification,” and provides a general summary of sin types: Continue reading
GOD IS GOOD. GOD IS LOVE. LOVE IS GOOD. TO DO GOOD, LOVE LIKE GOD (CHRIST)
Scripture states that God is good (1 Chronicles 16:34; Psalm 106:1; Luke 18:19). Furthermore, God is love (1 John 4:8). Subsequently, for any of us to love as biblically defined requires that we know God (1 John 4:7). And when we recognize that our triune God exemplifies perfect relationship, it becomes clear why Christ states the following to be the greatest of God’s commandments: Continue reading
THE IMPORTANCE OF CHRIST CRUCIFIED
Christ’s resurrection is the basis for Christianity. The fact that Jesus overcomes death on a cross—and conquers sin and death—is what imparts credibility to His claim as the Son of God (John 5:19; Hebrews 1:4-6). As Paul says to the church in Corinth, “if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain” (1 Corinthians 15:14, ESV). And why did Christ allow Himself to be crucified? Continue reading
WHAT IS FEAR?
The best online definition that I could find is the following: Continue reading