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Love and Wrath 3 – Forgiveness

This is the third part of a three part series that was interrupted by the extreme craziness of the last two months.  In part one (available here) we saw why a God of love must be angry against sinners. In … Continue reading

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Love and Wrath 2: Love, Anger and the Cross

In part one (which is available here) of this three-part series, we saw why a God of love must be angry against sinners.  But isn’t Christianity supposed to be a religion of forgiveness?  If love requires anger, woudn’t that mean … Continue reading

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Love and Wrath 1: A Love So Intense that it Burns

One of the things that Christianity most fundamentally teaches is that God is loving.  We all find divine love attractive.  So we should – if we regard God’s love as anything other than overwhelmingly beautiful, we misunderstand it. However, we’re … Continue reading

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