Tag Archives: Book of Job

Divine Prosperity: Heresy or What? #1:
Eden & The Hebrew Patriarchs

By | 9 Apr 2016

One of the most controversial doctrines which has been taught over the last 30 years or so is that of divine prosperity, the concept that it is not God’s will for Christian believers to live in poverty, but to actually have more financial resources than barely-enough-to-survive. I’d estimate that it’s the 3rd most controversial doctrine out there, the… Read More »

Acts of God — Not! #6:
A Semi-Scholarly Analysis of the Book of Job

By | 22 Dec 2010

Throughout this series, I’ve been making the case that the God of the Bible does not go around killing His children, inflicting them with diseases, or causing calamities and disasters nowadays. In Part 2 of this series, I listed 4 factors not generally understood about the Bible which causes many to misunderstand this issue. In this installment, we’ll explore… Read More »