Why do we consider one thing more beautiful than another, and how can it be that, allowing for some differences in taste, we have a commonly shared sense of beauty? Secularists struggle with this mystery but Scripture reveals the answer.
Is the God of the Old Testament nothing but a bully, a murderer, and an oppressor?
God isn't some abstract entity or impersonal principle. He is an engaging, relational God who attaches himself to humans, desiring to be their loving Father and the wise ruler of their lives.
We should be amazed that the Creator of the universe would so deeply connect himself to human beings that he would open himself to sorrow and anguish in the face of human betrayal and rejection.
Similarities and differences between the God of the Quran and the God of the Bible