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This could be one of the best illustrations of God’s hand upon our lives that we have.
Look into the eyes of Adrian Peterson of the Vikings as he realizes there’s an orange peanut waiting for him. The wonder! The excitement! “You got an orange peanut!? An orange peanut for me? Oh wow. An orange peanut… then I accept you!” Apparently, Adrian absolutely loves orange peanuts. And what does this have to do with Christianity!?
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The Bible is historically accurate. We have every reason to trust the Bible’s central message of redemption through the person and work of Jesus Christ.
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Throughout history people have come up with all kinds of ideas about God and how to get to heaven. But what does the Bible say?
We Christians know we should be reading our Bibles. But in our 2013 status update “Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram / blah blah” world that we live in, we’d rather get a root canal than actually read a book. So we don’t do it.
Is there a hack for this? You bet.
Here’s an interesting twist on verse we’re all familiar with. Jesus said, “I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved.” (John 10:9) Over the years, I’ve always assumed this was a metaphor. Maybe I’ve been wrong.
Through general revelation we can know some things about God. Using rationality and reason, we understand that there must be a creator and designer of this vastly complex universe. We can also clearly understand that there is an absolute moral law.