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The God of the Bible is not merely one of a plethora of gods from which we may pick and choose to worship nor is He to be put on par with other supposed deities. He is the omnipotent Creator and Redeemer of mankind.
The Creator has revealed Himself in both science and history, and the two subjects are intertwined. It is just as wrong to leave God out of the study of bacteria and volcanoes as it is to leave Him out of the rise and fall of nations or the extinction of dinosaurs. God made everything and He sustains everything.
God the Father, in the power of God the Holy Spirit and through the agency of God the Son Jesus Christ, created everything that exists. The doctrine of the Trinity is not derived from pagan beliefs but was developed from the plain teaching of Scripture. God is one Being in three Persons.
The Bible reveals God as the Creator of the universe who carefully fashioned mankind in His very own image.
Skeptics often claim that the God of the Bible is a cruel, vindictive God, but the Bible paints a different picture—God is a good and loving God.
Is Jesus truly God? There are many cults and religions today that deny His deity. What is the truth about Jesus Christ? We turn to the Scriptures for answers.
Three Persons yet one essence—the doctrine of the Trinity may be difficult to understand, but it is an essential, non-negotiable doctrine.
There is a common claim that the God of the Old Testament (even in the New Testament) seems very harsh, brutal, and even evil.
Genesis 8:1 teaches an important truth in the Flood account: God’s attention was focused on Noah and those with him on the Ark.
The clear, biblical answer is yes. Nothing that is possible according to God’s character and purpose is impossible for Him.
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Jesus reveals God to us as our Father in heaven who is absolutely perfect, and the angels proclaim, “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty.”
Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., examines many of the different names referring to God in the Old Testament.
April Fools’ Day is here, and the time seems right to briefly explore the subject of foolery and lies. Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, AiG–U.S., examines what the Bible has to say about deception.
How can we help people believe that the Bible is true? It is by sharing with others the matchless character of the God who ultimately wrote the Bible.
Can God be seen face to face (Genesis 32:30; Exodus 33:11) or not (Exodus 33:20; John 1:18; 1 John 4:12)?
If God never changes, then how can He change His mind?
One of the many criticisms leveled at biblical creationists is “if we teach about your God, why not teach about the many other gods in the world?”
‘The Story of God’—a review of part one of the new BBC–TV series on the evolution of religion