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Traditional theism claims that God is sovereign over all action and events in the world. Traditional theism also maintains that humans are meaningfully free—that our actions mean something, they are genuinely ours, so that we can rightfully be praiseworthy or blameworthy because of them. But, the claim that God is sovereign over all actions and events seems to be at odds with the claim that humans are significantly free. Hence, the age old debate: How should we make sense of the reality of divine sovereignty and human freedom? Continue Reading
What’s the most important thing about you? Although we are tempted to think that our background, status, achievements, relationships, and career will determine our success, it’s really our view of God that will have the biggest influence on our ability to navigate life. Ultimately, our choice to trust God’s character and promises and prioritize our relationship with God will be the determining factor in how well we interpret life’s circumstances and the degree to which we will experience God’s peace, presence, security and freedom in life. Putting anything else at the center of our life will be a very poor substitute and will not sustain us when we encounter unexpected turns in life’s path. Continue Reading
By Tony Hageman “Therefore I tell you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven – for she loved much. But he who is forgiven little, loves little.” Luke 7:47 This passage and story of the sinful woman and the Pharisee … Continue Reading
When I first became the coordinator of the Red Light Campaign, a month long outreach sponsored by six Christian ministries on campus to bring awareness of the horrors of sex trafficking, I had no idea how much God would mold and shape me. These past six months have been some of the hardest of my life but also some of the most rewarding. The Lord has opened my eyes to a substantial amount of knowledge about the sex trade, and with this knowledge, given me a bigger heart to reach those students who are enslaved because they do not have a relationship with Jesus Christ. Continue Reading