Misconceptions of God’s Will

Misconceptions of God’s Will

After reviewing previous parts in this series, Ken Boa looks at eight common misconceptions about God’s will. 1. “I must pray about each decision I make.” Some decisions are simply a matter of common sense and do not require a process of discernment. For example, if...
Misconceptions of God’s Will

Romans 14: Harmony in Diversity

Paul wrote the epistle to the Romans to a diverse audience. Consisting of both Jews and Gentiles, his audience had differing views on religious practices—they did not agree on the nonessentials. Romans 14 addresses the way we ought to behave when faced with such...
Misconceptions of God’s Will

Romans 2: The Universal Moral Law

God has made Himself known to all people. No one has an excuse—all of creation declares the glory of God. Even Gentiles have the benefit of looking at the natural world and how it points to God. And their consciences testify to God’s existence, even though they...