God's Grand Framework
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- Our purpose in life according to the Bible
- How free will and omniscience work together
- How Jesus changed the world
- What resurrection is
- How the Bible actually paints the afterlife
- What the Holy Spirit does
- The new heavens and the new earth
- What the image of God is
- Why bad things happen
- Why evangelism matters
- A general understanding of the Bible story may be helpful
Why do we exist? Why do bad things happen? What did Jesus do? What does the Holy Spirit do? Where are we headed? All of these questions and more are addressed in "God's Grand Framework." This book is Pastor Jamin Bradley's big picture look at what the Bible has to say. It uses the overarching story that the Bible tells to address the many important questions Christians ask. If you're tired of getting cliché answers to the important questions of the Christian faith, then "God's Grand Framework" is for you. It will help you dive more deeply into the answers that Scripture gives us, push you to understand the full Biblical story better, and provoke you to think more deeply about some of Christianity's most basic questions.
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My name is Jamin Bradley. I am a pastor, author, and musician. Here's a bit more about me.
Before we address our purpose in the world, let's first understand the differences between the God of the Bible and gods of the Ancient Near East. This will help us start to see why we exist.
What kind of world do we believe in? One where God has orchestrated every last thing that has happened or one in which our decisions matter?
We know the Holy Spirit lives inside of us as Christians, but what does He do?
Now that Jesus has saved us from sin and gone to Heaven, what are we supposed to do?
Many think that all that is ahead of us is dying and going to Heaven. But there's actually more.
If the world will one day be perfect in the resurrection, what happens to everything that is less than perfect?