Without Holiness …

God does not change. He remains the same yesterday, today, and forever. He is immutable and unchangeable. He does not morph in his ethical standards or shift in his Triune desires. In God’s eyes, right is right, wrong is wrong, godliness is godliness, sin is sin, and holiness is holiness. Whether one reads the Old … More Without Holiness …

The Pagan, the Pious, and those Perishing

Paul was loving and humiliating his readers. It mattered not whether they were Jewish or Gentile. He cared not whether they were rank Romans or holy Hebrews. Whether irreligious or religious, whether immoral or moral, whether church abstainers or church attenders, Paul sought to help all his friends by forcing them to bow their knees before the Holy Judge. He began by humbling the pagan: … More The Pagan, the Pious, and those Perishing