Friday, August 21, 2015

Romans 1.18-23

"If a person knew there were no God and said so, he would be wise and perhaps even courageous for standing against the nearly universal but mistaken opinions of the human race.  

"If he did not know whether there were a God and said so, he would at least be an honest skeptic or agnostic.

"If a person is convinced there is no God when actually there is one, he is merely mistaken.

"But none of these is the case, according to Paul's careful exposition.  The reason the person is a fool and not merely mistaken is that he knows there is a God and yet chooses to believe and act as if there is none."

James Boice, commenting on The Apostle Paul's words in Romans 1, which is actually a commentary on Psalm 14... which is what we'll be looking at this Sunday at DPC.

You are most welcome to join us.

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