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#2 Post of 2013 – If God Cannot Change, Then Why Should We Pray?

| December 27, 2013

Post Author: Bill Pratt The Bible teaches, and theology argues, that God cannot change. This is called divine immutability. But if God cannot change, then why do we pray to him? After all, when we pray, aren’t we trying to change God’s mind? Norm Geisler answers this question in his Systematic Theology, Volume Two: God, Creation. […]

How Do We Listen to God?

| February 8, 2012

Post Author: Bill Pratt Oftentimes you’ll hear pastors or priests tell us to listen to what God has to say to us, but how exactly are we supposed to do this?  Should we expect God to communicate in a booming voice, much like he spoke to Moses on the mountain?  If not like this, then […]

What Is the Meaning of Life?

| February 6, 2012

Post Author: Bill Pratt This is the one of the most basic and fundamental questions that every human being must come to grips with, or waste their lives away.  If you don’t know what the end goal of your earthly existence is, you will drift like a boat without a rudder on the high seas […]

What is the Purpose of Prayer?

| March 20, 2009

Post Author: Bill Pratt  It is not to get what we want, but what God wants. It is not to convince God to change his mind, but for him to change our minds. It is not to have our will done in heaven, but for God to have his will done on earth. Prayer is […]

Thee, Thou, Thine and Thus in Prayer?

| January 17, 2009

One of the teachings of Mormonism is that one should use reverence in prayer to Heavenly Father. It is taught that when you pray you should not use the language of our day.  Rather you should always use Thee, Thou, Thine and Thus. If you address God in common language (you, me, them, us, etc.) […]

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