Denying the Power of Godliness

This week I’ve been looking at 2 Timothy 3:1-9. The LEB version of this passage says: “But know this, that in the last days difficult times will come, for people will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, … Continue reading

Temptation as Curse and as Blessing

The issue of temptation is deeply rooted in Christian faith and ethics. We have a strong view of morality and believe temptation to sin to be our common lot. Scripture teaches we are all guilty of sin (Rom … Continue reading

From Pagan to Servant of God

Genesis 22 is very controversial. God tested Abraham with a command to sacrifice his son as a burnt offering. This story has offended countless generations of believers and nonbelievers alike. The Danish philosopher, and father of Existentialism, Søren … Continue reading