This week’s weekly wrap-up includes some great apologetics resources and thought-provoking articles.
On his blog Classically Christian, Steven Hunter examines Thomas Aquinas’ view of human free will and how it interacts with the sovereignty of God.
Wes McAdams deals with the difficult issue of what to do when a family member persists in sin. A helpful reminder is that “the goal is not punishment, but repentance.”
Many read the Old Testament and are challenged with the fact that God seemingly commands genocide in the Israelite’s conquest of Canaan. But, what God commanded was not “the deliberate killing of people who belong to a particular racial, political, or cultural group.”
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A helpful reminder that while the Bible is silent on what we should wear while we worship, it isn’t silent on how we should clothe our inner-selves.
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