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Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart continues to interview theologian and author of the Oxford Studies title, The End of the Timeless God, Ryan Mullins. More than 700 pages on the websites of the big creatoion ministries (CMI, AiG, CRS, ICR) use the phrase "God and time". (If you'd like to verify this or otherwise use the time-saving customized Google tool to simultaneously search the big creation ministries, just look atop rsr.org.) Research fellow at Scotland's University of St. Andrews, Dr. Mullins has published groundbreaking work on the topic of God's relationship to time. Bob read and highly recommends Mullin's book! And we invite you to browse our own titles and check out "God and time" resources at our own store.kgov.com! And make sure to hear Part 1 from last week at rsr.org/mullins and Part 3 is scheduled for broadcast on Friday April 3, 2020.
Today's Resource: Predestination & Free Will Seminar So much is at stake when people consider predestination and free will. Strong emotions often surface with a discussion of this topic. That passion points to our critical need to understand the truth regarding whether or not God has predetermined who will go to heaven and who will go to hell.
Also, the question of whether or not God has planned out each person’s life affects us. Does God have a plan for your life? Does a blueprint exist for your future? Did God predetermine whether or not you would get married, and to whom? Did God plan whether you would be wealthy or poor, happy or sad? If God does plan your life, does He do so in minute detail or in general themes? If God has a plan for your life, are you able to alter that plan? This topic directly influences people concerning how they live their lives. As Christians, we must seek God to accurately portray the LORD to others. For any misrepresentation of God will dishonor Him and perhaps bring harm to those misled.
You can now order the seminar video in a 3-DVD set or MP4 video download.