#TBTB#TBT – 10/27/15

ThrowBack Thursday TBT

A while back Mr. Brewster was confronted on Twitter by a self-proclaimed atheist claiming that if God did exist, He must be a jerk.

The Bible does say that God is jealous and wrathful. He condemns unbelievers to eternal damnation and seemingly allows His children to suffer all sorts of injustices simultaneously claiming to love them.

What do you think?

Check out this series of articles Mr. Brewster used to answer one of God’s detractors.

Is God a Jerk

“Today you’ll be tempted . . . .” – Quote

“Today you’ll be tempted to think your plans are important. Don’t give in to the delusion.” Click To Tweet


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“The Art of War . . . um, I mean Debate”

The Art of War . . . um, I Mean Debate.
The Art of War . . . um, I Mean Debate.

Debates. We say we hate them, but we all get into them . . . all the time.

Every disagreement that presents two conflicting viewpoints is a debate of one form or another. It may simply be a friendly squabble, a formal argument, or a kick-to-the-head Facebook brawl.

And just because people use them the wrong way or participate in them sinfully does not automatically mean all debates are sinful. Jesus Himself frequently entered conversations where differing opinions struggled and where people walked away still in disagreement. This observation teaches us two things: 1. There are righteous ways to debate, and 2. Just because the other person isn’t swayed to our side after the final rebuttal, doesn’t make the process invaluable.

Because if you believe all debates are wrong or pointless . . . God disagrees with you.

So, how does a Christian debate in a way that pleases the Lord?

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