Category Archives: Christian Theology

Acts of God — Not! #3:
Covenant Breakers

By | 17 Oct 2010

In my last post, we discussed the concept of blood covenant and the positive aspects of it. In this one we’ll touch on the negative ones. The downside of a covenant is the penalty of breaking one is death. A covenant breaker is mentioned throughout Scripture as a person who is the lowest of the low, one who… Read More »

Acts of God — Not! #2:
Blood Covenants

By | 13 Oct 2010

In my last post, I began making the case that the God of the Bible does not go around killing His children, inflicting them with diseases, or causing disasters. Many people would contest this claim, asking, “Well, what about the Old Testament?” Whole books have been written about this; I’m not going to delve into the subject in… Read More »

Acts of God — Not! #1:
Christianity vs. Man’s Religion

By | 12 Oct 2010

Over the last 2 millennia or so since Christ’s resurrection, Christian doctrine has slowly and inexorably been infiltrated by corrupting influences. There is a constant battle between the plans, purposes, and intentions of the Almighty versus our satanically-deceived human tendencies to hinder/interfere with them using our own limited understanding and corrupt value systems. That’s the bad news. The… Read More »