Pepler's View On God Is The Creator Of God

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The world was created by who? Science, God or its self? All these questions are asked everyday by people who do not want to believe there is a magnificent being up in heaven. I would not say I never thought exactly like the way these people think but because of my encounter with the God, I am able to believe there is a supreme being. According to the biblical view, God is the creator of all things here and is to come. The animals, tress, sunlight, darkness, and most importantly humans. (Genesis 1-26) emphasizes on the world and how it came about. This passage proves that God is the creator of earth and things in it. Man is made in God image because he loves us. According to Pepler, author of creation theology, “the first thing we experience of Gods making –his creation- is man himself” that is why man is free and loved by Him. (Colossians 1:16) is another scripture that elaborates on creation and what was made? And by whom it was made? The trinity is three persons that are combined together in one. That is the father, the son, and the holy spirit. Theologian Millard Erickson states that “it was the father who brought the created universe into being.” God being supreme nothing is impossible for him (Jerimiah 32:17) God did not just create …show more content…
The world and people in it became sinful and because of that received the punishment for it (Romans 6 :23). Jesus Christ is our redeemer from sin because He is God in human form. His death washed away all our sins and His resurrection gave us faith (romans 3:21-26). Jesus is our redeemer, there is salvation when we call upon Him. After the death of Jesus, He resurrected and then ascended into heaven. During that period, He informs His disciples about the holy spirt and how the holy spirit will also redeem us. He sent the holy spirit as the third person in the trinity to be the source of strength and continuation of the process of being fully with God who is the father and with Jesus who is the

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