“The Voice” is one of those reality television shows involving singing competition. It apparently includes coaching competition between the four judges who mentors contestants they have chosen. The winner gets 100,000 dollars and recording studio opportunities. There have been seven successful seasons according to NBC. People love to hear others sing. The voice is a strong force. Continue reading
This is Part 2 of 2 parts answering the question, “Did Jesus suffer like we suffer?” in the larger question, “Why does a loving God allow suffering?”
Jesus’ Suffering was Vicarious
The suffering that Jesus went through was vicarious, which means that He took upon Himself the suffering we deserve. He was our substitute for the real suffering because of sin. Do I mean that there is suffering different than what you might be experiencing on earth now? Continue reading
This is Part 1 of 2 parts answering the question, “Did Jesus suffer like we suffer?” in the larger question, “Why does a loving God allow suffering?” Part 2 will be posted tomorrow.
Many of the previous questions have addressed the extent to which people suffer. Sometimes it is difficult to imagine that someone else has ever suffered as much or in the same way that you have. In fact, it is easy to question how much someone else suffers compared to yourself, because you cannot experience the pain of another. In reality, because you cannot fully feel another’s suffering, you may be like many people who tend to think another’s suffering is not as great as theirs. Continue reading
“The Lord from Heaven” is a concise work on the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Motivated by a young missionary, who struggled in his faith to explain the Lordship of Jesus Christ, specifically, His deity, Anderson wrote this work. Thomas cried out, “My Lord and My God.” Jesus was not a humanized God or a deified man. He was the God-man, who was fully God and true humanity in one person. Continue reading