I came across the below video today and realized that I think I had watched that entire panel on the Ligonier Ministries YouTube channel. Contrary to how this video is labeled, I think Rev. Dr. Sproul answered the question very well and accurately. To think that God has been severely harsh with mankind is not only ignorant but arrogant. He has dealt with us with exceeding grace, and our response should be one of thankfulness.
“This creature from the dirt defied the everlasting, holy God.” ~R.C. Sproul. The fact that God in His mere good pleasure decreed a plan of salvation is gracious beyond what humankind can fathom. Even the angels marvel at this plan of redemption.
Joshua Reynolds on Conservative Cornerstones – Author of Children’s Books / Family Stories – Finding Conservative Thought in Olde Books. Check out my Authoring Conservatism Post. Look up my two books, The Williams House and Treasure on the Southern Moor in my bookstore!
So I thought I would put a short video together detailing the sum of my worldview in a nutshell. This occurred to me because, as those who are following me know, I’ve been doing a series of videos reading select chapters of my two books, The Williams House and Treasure on the Southern Moor. (You can find out more information about them in my bookstore!) As I’ve been uploading videos of me reading my books, I recently obtained my first YouTube subscriber. Then afterward, I made a video detailing what both books are generally about, and in that video I mentioned the two phrases “Christian Virtues” and “Family Values”. After I published that video, I lost my one subscriber.
Whether or not the above was a coincidence, I do not know. Yet, I thought it would be best if I state my principles and beliefs in this video so there will be no misunderstandings. I hope you enjoy! God bless you.
Joshua Reynolds on Conservative Cornerstones – Finding Conservative Thought in Olde Books. Check out my Authoring Conservatism Post. Look up my two books, The Williams House and Treasure on the Southern Moor in my bookstore!