Who Is God?
The Bible answers with five compelling lines of evidence.
The Bible says God created all things, but does he care about us?
Does the Bible teach that God is everywhere? Why can you be confident that he resides in a specific place, yet also knows you personally?
What does the Bible say about where God lives? Is Jesus in the same place?
Does the Bible contradict itself when it says in one place that “no man has seen God,” and in another place that Moses “saw the God of Israel”?
Many religions teach that God is a Trinity. Is that what the Bible teaches?
Both the Holy Scriptures and the history of Christianity provide a clear answer regarding this belief.
Does the Bible contradict itself when it quotes God as saying, “I do not change” and, “I will change my mind”?
For good reason, the Bible refers to the holy spirit as God’s “hands.”
Many Bible translations contain God’s personal name. Should you use it?
Jesus never identified himself as Almighty God. Why not?
Is he the God of just one people, such as the Israelites?
People may think that God has names that include ‘Allah,’ ‘Alpha and Omega,’ ‘El Shaddai,’ and ‘Jehovah-Jireh.’ Does it matter what we call God?
Why is this title appropriate?
Do you need a special sign or calling to know God’s will? Find out the Bible’s answer.
Many believe their lives are controlled by fate. Do our choices have a bearing on our success in life?
Suffering can afflict anyone—even those who are favored by God. Why?