That’s the title of Albert Mohler’s latest blog post. It speaks for itself.
The last topic of the Roundtable was that of Christ’s impeccability. Could he have sinned? The dilemma, obviously, is that as 100% human, he could have, but as 100% God, he couldn’t have since God cannot sin. So what’s the answer?
I’ve been reading about postmodernism and related to that, some epistemological as well as hermeneutical issues. Two big words in one sentence! Epistemology deals with the question of “what can we know?”, and “how can we know it?” Literally it means the “study of knowledge.” Hermeneutics I have talked about before; it deals with the interpretation of texts.
Summer is finally here! Kind of funny how the seasons are now determined by the academic calendar, isn’t it? Anyway, I was reading and listening to a few debates the other day and the topic of hell came up. One of the debaters mentioned that Christians try to euphemize hell by saying that it’s “eternal separation from God” instead of the fiery pit the Bible appears to describe it as.
Just wanted to let everyone know there is still life in me! Still hangin’ in there! Finals are next week so pray for me to do well for God’s glory (or badly, it doesn’t matter, as long as it’s for God’s glory). Lots of things going on, at work, at home, at school. I will post some more details after finals are over.
Plus I just got some new K-Swiss shoes! Yeah!