Chapter 6: Is Free Will Worth It?

Updated: Jun 9, 2019 God has given human beings the capability to choose for ourselves. But to freely choose means that if we can choose good, we must also be able to choose evil. If free will is to exist, God can’t make Himself too obvious. Otherwise, His mere presence will be sufficient to compel ourContinue reading “Chapter 6: Is Free Will Worth It?”

Chapter 5: How Can Eternal Punishment Be Fair? (continued)

“Whatever we think hell might be like or why eternal punishment might be fair, we should always remember that the God who created hell also allowed His Son Jesus to be tortured to death on the cross to pay for our sins so that we don’t have to go there. When people complain about hell,Continue reading “Chapter 5: How Can Eternal Punishment Be Fair? (continued)”

Chapter 5: How Can Eternal Punishment Be Fair?

If it seems unfair that hell awaits those who reject the good news, we should consider that our emotions are an unreliable guide to truth. We look at the idea of hell from the only perspective we have known: from this temporal world where we have lived for only a few years. We minimize theContinue reading “Chapter 5: How Can Eternal Punishment Be Fair?”

Chapter 4: What is the Destiny of the Unevangelized?

The Gospel has been spread throughout the world, but the word is suppressed. In surprising ways, God propagates the Gospel, but even so, most refuse God’s message as if He had not provided a way of salvation. But people who reject God are without excuse because the intricacy of nature’s designs shows that a DesignerContinue reading “Chapter 4: What is the Destiny of the Unevangelized?”

Chapter 2: “Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?”

Man’s inhumanity to man is a characteristic that is all too human. Chapter 2 enumerates several of the worst recent examples of human evil to other humans, demonstrating that mankind has used free will to do evil. Results of the “Eichmann Experiment” show that little is required to incite human beings to inflict pain andContinue reading “Chapter 2: “Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?””