Category Archive: Theological issues - Page 3

Covenants in the Bible – God’s Love Language
Posted March 26th, 2015 by Mike Hubbard

Covenant – An unchangeable, divinely imposed legal agreement between God and people that stipulates the condition of their relationship. There are six key covenants in the Scriptures. On Sunday we introduced the idea of the covenants between God and people.  Covenants are so important to understand the structure of the Bible and God’s redemptive plan.  […]

The Millennium – Four Views
Posted May 13th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

At Genesis we are near the end of a study on the Biblical themes of eschatology.  In this series our focus has been on the big picture issues found in the Scriptures, the things which Christians around the world and throughout time have believed together.  This does not mean that the issues in which there […]

Quotes and Bible Passages on the Wonder of Heaven
Posted May 11th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

“If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy,the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.” C.S. Lewis “The eternal state is hardly inactivity for the redeemed but instead work—work that is joyously freed from the frustration of a cursed earth. The new earth is […]

Thoughts on Heaven Books & Movies
Posted May 8th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

This weekend we will be talking about the reality of heaven in our Sunday service.  The recent movie and corresponding book titled Heaven is For Real has a lot of people thinking about the existence of heaven.  This is one of many recent books written by people who have had near-death experiences sharing their stories […]

Quotes and Bible Passages on the Reality of Hell
Posted May 4th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

We are continuing our series on eschatology at Genesis this morning, and our study today brings us to the topic of God’s justice and wrath and the reality of hell.  Wanted to throw out some quotes from writers and theologians as well as a long list of passages on this difficult subject. “I’m scared [to […]