Doctrine of God - Dave Planer Intro to Theology Professor...

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Dave Planer Intro to Theology Professor McAlack Doctrine of God The Doctrine of God encompasses all that is said about God in the Bible, summarizing relevant passages and making accurate and educated deductions from the scriptures. This would include references to the Trinity, God’s incommunicable and communicable attributes, and His names, and the meaning thereof. The first subject in question is the most basic: how does one know God exists? This is found in two parts. The first is an inner feeling that everyone has. “…all people have an inner sense of God” (Grudem 67). The second is the evidence found around us in nature and in God’s Word. 2 Timothy 3:16 states “All scripture is God-breathed and is profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.” Notice that the verse says all scripture and does not rule anything out. God is a complicated subject to dissect. To come close to explaining the unexplainable, one must dissect the characteristics, or the attributes, of God. These attributes can be split once
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