Can a Good God and Hell Coexist?
And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.(Matthew 19:17) KJV
We (that’s me and the Holy spirit) are going to answer the charge that “a good God and hell can’t coexist.” Hell is a ball of molten radioactive slag at the center of the Earth, it’s nothing personal.
September has been where we considered the upheavals and catastrophes which have occurred since Noah’s flood. We’ve caught up to our modern times. Whether we realize it or not we’re currently faced with the worst catastrophe of all: global warming.
We aren’t referring to the global warming of politics vs. science. We’re referring to the expansion of hell. Earth is melting from the inside out. It’s not going to stop if we recycle all of the plastic bags. The conditions on the surface of Earth are going to become so bad that it will start to look like pulp science fiction from the 1950s and 60s when we invented Star Trek so that we could imagine the possibility of colonizing other planets. Except that we won’t be able to colonize other planets.
And that brings us to a critical issue: if hell is real, and is going to consume the Earth, how can God be good? This speaks right to the heart of the progressive liberal attitude of secular humanism towards God, which is something that we have to understand in order to be able to give a meaningful answer to secular humanists.
Can a Good God and Hell Coexist? – Navigation
|1||Can a Good God and Hell Coexist?||Matthew 19:17|
|2||Secular Humanism vs. God||Acts 17:22-24|
|3||Answering Secular Humanism||1 Peter 3:15|
|Who is God?||Genesis 1:1-2|
|The Holy Trinity||1 John 5:7|
|Free Will||Romans 1:20|
|What is Creation?||Isaiah 46:10|
|Good and Evil||Isaiah 45:7|
|Gravity of the Soul||Psalms 139:15|
|The Fall and Decay||Romans 5:12|
|Hell is real but God is good||Jeremiah 21:8|
- Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
- believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
- confess your sin.
Read through the Bible in a year
|Reading plan||September 25|