Know God Fully, Not Just Your Favorite Facets

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For many believers, the wrath of God may sound cruel or unfair. But the Bible offers a very different understanding of God’s wrath and justice. God brings sin and evil to justice with his wrath. He does not ignore crimes or pain. This means that one day he will correct all the wrongs in our world. Yes, even God’s wrath gives us a reason to praise him. Today Keith Holloway joins Gary Wilkerson to discuss what the wrath of God is and isn’t.

Key Questions from the Podcast

• Do any of God’s attributes contradict each other?
• Are some of God’s attributes more important than others?
• Can we ignore or diminish certain attributes of God?
• Has God changed between the Old Testament and the New Testament?

Bible Verses Referenced in the Podcast

Ephesians 3:18, Proverbs 23:7, Romans 1:18, Philippians 3:10, Romans 2:5

Resources Mentioned in the Podcast

• Knowing God by J.I. Packer
• Presbyterian Church (USA) drops In Christ Alone from hymnal [Article]
The Justice of God by A.W. Pink
The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer

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About Keith Holloway

Keith Holloway is the Senior Director of Missions Development at World Challenge. Keith is a CHE trainer, facilitator, and a member of the Global CHE Network’s Representative Council. He and his wife Maureen live in Colorado Springs; they have six grown children and seven grandchildren.

About Gary Wilkerson

Gary Wilkerson is the President of World Challenge, an international mission organization that was founded by his father, David Wilkerson. He is also the Founding Pastor of The Springs Church, which he launched in 2009 with a handful of people. He has traveled nationally and internationally at conferences and conducted mission ventures such as church planting, starting orphanages, clinics, feeding programs among the poorest of the poor and the most unreached people of the earth. Gary and his wife Kelly have four children and live in Colorado Springs, CO.

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