Are We Sure We Know God? The question is sometimes answered, "Sure, I know God." And if most children were asked if they know their mommies and daddies, likewise, they might reply, "Yes." And most parents would agree that they do, but only in a child's perspective. Could that be how most of us know God?
Since the Bible speaks of knowing God as essential for gaining eternal life, wouldn't it make sense to spend time getting to know Him better? Especially since God's enemy has distorted our view of Him by twisting His requirements into impossibilities.
So expect to:
It really is that simple, to become acquainted with God, to prefer and trust in His ways, is the focus of this book. "By beholding Him, we can be changed into wanting to be like Him." With that in mind, come let us reason together, viewing an awesome God.
Some of this book is set in a "courtroom scene" to compare differences in theology. Formatted to use your common sense and reasoning to what makes the most sense within our belief systems. But I must add that it's very important to think deep into our spiritual, conscience driven sense of rightness. Because who do you suppose would say that we are not to use our common sense and reason when good conscience driven common sense and reason are on God's side?