Why God?

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May 6, 2018 - Bible Text:

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The first sermon in our series; "Why?"

This week's scripture: Genesis 2:4-7

Why God? Which came first, the chicken, the egg, or God?

For believers, the answer is simple. God came first and is the prime mover, the alpha and omega.

There are three predominant views on God: there is no God; there is a God, but is not knowable; there is a God who is actively present in the creation and knowable. And for Christians, what we believe is even more profound. We believe that God in some miraculous way was made incarnate in Jesus Christ. And that we are indwelt with the Holy Spirit, God in us.

Some questions to ponder (or google):
Is God compatible with science?
How is faith different from knowing?
How is the Bible different from a science or history book?
How would describe how you know there is a God?
How would you explain your faith in Jesus?

Preacher: Joe Tiedemann | Series: Why?

The first sermon in our series; “Why?”
This week’s scripture: Genesis 2:4-7
Why God? Which came first, the chicken, the egg, or God?
For believers, the answer is simple. God came first and is the prime mover, the alpha and omega.
There are three predominant views on God: there is no God; there is a God, but is not knowable; there is a God who is actively present in the creation and knowable. And for Christians, what we believe is even more profound. We believe that God in some miraculous way was made incarnate in Jesus Christ. And that we are indwelt with the Holy Spirit, God in us.
Some questions to ponder (or google):
Is God compatible with science?
How is faith different from knowing?
How is the Bible different from a science or history book?
How would describe how you know there is a God?
How would you explain your faith in Jesus?