Does God condone lying? I’m arguing that he doesn’t, but not in the absolute. There are times to lie that are justifiable before God. Allow me to explain. Recently, a close friend of mine asked me a question about a…
A verbal claim by itself cannot be seen, but an action tied to a claim as a means to offer support can be seen. If that's the case, then the supporting action must be proof that the claim is something that must be considered and taken seriously.
We don’t have to answer everything and it’s not about that. It’s about interacting with the person we are talking to and letting them know that we have thought about why we believe the Bible is true.
It should give Christians peace and joy to know that this faith is a faith proven through historical inquiry, reasoning, and logic. Above all, it is proven by the love and grace of God through Jesus Christ, who gives us the Holy Spirit.
The scriptures reflect all God wants us to know about himself, and he has provided more than enough evidence for us to be confident his plan for the NT (as well as the whole Bible) has been carried out in full.