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Dale Carnegie taught about how to win friends and influence people, whereas Jesus offered a kingdom where power is not defined by riches or fame and where leaders are identified as servants.
I frequently run into the argument that God can do whatever he wants because he is God. Partnered with this assertion is often an accusation that human "sensibilities" about what is right and wrong are not the same as God's—that his ways are higher than our ways—as a defense for God behaving in ways that we would otherwise call sociopathic in humans. Christians believe we know what we know about evil because of what is revealed about God in Jesus Christ *and* by what is inherent in humanity, owing to our being fashioned in the image of God. This image is broken in us but not eradicated or absent, even in the "worst" of us. And above and far ...
CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Greg Albrecht: Forgiveness...Who First? – pg. 1 Laura Urista: The Best Father's Day Gift – pg. 7 Brian Zahnd: The Charm of Beauty in an Ugly Age – pg. 11 Greg Albrecht: "Did 'all people' receive the Holy Spirit on Pentecost?" – pg. 12 Amber Hamilton: Reflections on A More Christlike God – pg. 13 Brad Jersak: Wishful thinking? Or Blessed Hope! – pg. 15
Brad Jersak's A More Christlike God: A More Beautiful Gospel (CWR Press, 2015) can now be pre-ordered at https://www.ptm.org/uni/resources/order/form_christlike.php Please consider sharing the video trailer for the book: A More Christlike God – A More Beautiful Gospel from Plain Truth Ministries on Vimeo.