by: Gary L. Hutchens
As pointed out in the first article in this series there is no way to define goodness objectively without God. Any attempt to find a reliable standard of goodness without God fails. All human standards that might be suggested are subjective, based upon personal feelings at a given point in time. Feelings are different from person to person, and they change from point in time to point in time. True goodness is a constant truth that does not change, based upon our eternal God being the standard. The inability to define goodness without God is powerful proof of His existence.
By: Gary L. Hutchens
Is there really a God somewhere out there? Does God really exist? Is God just an invention of our minds to give us a sense of purpose and security? Could we be the result of some seeding process by an alien race far more sophisticated than us? Are we just a bunch of dupes for believing in a God we cannot see face to face? Is faith in God a hoax?
Bulletin Digest, via Whitwell, TN
Satan called a convention of his evil angels. In his opening remarks he said, “We can’t keep the Christians from going to church. We can’t keep them from reading their Bibles and learning the truth. We can keep them from developing an intimate, steadfast relationship with Christ. This is crucial, for if they gain that connection with the Savior, our power over them is broken.”
by: Gary L. Hutchens
When Jesus was ready to ascend back to Heaven, following His death, burial and resurrection, He gave the apostles marching orders. He told them, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age. Amen.” (Matt. 28:19-20). The KJV begins this text “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations…” This has been called “The Great Commission” from Jesus to teach the gospel of salvation to all people everywhere throughout the world.
Gary L. Hutchens