Kneeling Before the Impartial Judge, Part 1
To say that our cultural moment is judgmental is to make a point so obvious that it verges on being inane. The engine of our public discourse seems to be equal parts vindictiveness and character assassination. In this charged environment, Christians are often accused of being especially judgmental, and Scripture (the Old Testament in particular) is often singled out as depicting a capricious and judgmental God. However, when we press into scripture, we find that humanity always struggles most with God’s mercy—not his judgment. In this two-part series, we’ll explore the surprising hope that comes from resting in the God whose mercy never comes as the expense of his justice.
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