1. Dr. Paulson makes a transition into his chapter on evil. He and Caleb discuss the difference between overcoming evil and enduring it.
  2. The Lord looks down from heaven on the children of man, to see if there are any who understand, who seek after God.
  3. Dr. Paulson explores Luther's rebuttal of the adage "Knowledge is Power."
  4. What do you do when the accusation of the law strikes?
  5. Dr. Paulson and Caleb continue to outline Luther’s response to Erasmus.
  6. This is an excerpt from the introduction of Ragged: Spiritual Disciplines for the Spiritually Exhausted written by Gretchen Ronnevik (1517 Publishing, 2021), 122-125. Now available for preorder.
  7. God is holy, nothing I say or do or pray is going to make God any more or less holy. So what are we praying when we say, “hallowed be your name”?
  8. God's justice is marked and measured by sacrificial love, not power as the world defines it.
  9. I venture to assert I have never read, in the entire Scriptures, words more beautifully expressive of the grace of God than these two children words.
  10. When I hear people describe the god they don’t believe in, no longer believe in, or can’t bring themselves to believe in, I often nod in agreement. Yes, as a follower of Jesus, I do not and would not believe in that god either.
  11. The initial sin, therefore, was not the eating of the forbidden fruit but rather listening to a cynic question and intentionally misinterpret God’s goodness

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