Another paradox of sin is that sinners don’t believe they are sinners; however, they don’t believe they are divinely perfect but just not sinners in God’s site. This is evidenced by the myriad of religions in the world. Man, in an attempt to justify himself, creates religions with laws to keep that provide human assurance … More Do Sinners Believe they are Sinners?
There are only handful of categories of thought in the Bible: God’s work and man’s work; God’s law and man’s responsibility; God’s nature and man’s nature; Church and family order; sin and salvation. The details of these categories comprise the Bible. Hence when you read through Genesis you are reading the details of these categories. … More Categories of theological thought
The preeminent point in understanding Jesus as a High Priest after the Order of Melchizedek is that He is a High Priest forever. Jesus’ permanence in this position is the benefit to Christians. Due to the role of the High Priest that He leads us into righteousness and takes away our sin the fact that … More The Order of Melchizedek