Tag Archives: God’s Sovereignty

God’s Sovereignty in a Nation of Conflict

[An archived post in honor of Lincoln’s birthday, and in recognition of the conflicted world we live in still.] Abraham Lincoln is not known for being a great theologian, but he is known for his intelligence and wisdom. So I … Continue reading

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Abusing God’s Sovereignty – evil is always evil

Woe to those who call evil good     and good evil, who put darkness for light     and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet     and sweet for bitter. (Isaiah 5:20.) ***

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When Nothing Rules Your Life – reflections on a novel of theology and faith

Lucy’s capacity for doing nothing was almost endless. So the title character is described in Josephine Tey’s 1947 novel Miss Pym Disposes. It’s not that Lucy Pym lives a life of idleness, but that she has a knack for living in … Continue reading

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The Sovereignty of God in Wartime

Abraham Lincoln is not known for being a great theologian, but he is known for his intelligence and wisdom. So I quote him here because he comes as close as anyone I’ve read on what it means to say that … Continue reading

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Saturday Quotable – Gloria Furman on the Sovereignty of Christ

“Jesus’ reign over the cosmos & eschatological harnessing of everything under his feet is preeminent over: [fill-in-the-blank-with-anything].” A recent tweet from Gloria Furman

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Saturday Quotable – God’s Not Impressed

No authority, no position, no honor, no wealth impresses God. Glen Snyder, Senior Pastor First Baptist Church, Davis CA

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