Things I appreciated: He kept the whole context of Romans in mind while going through it, he explained the significance of the quotes Paul picked, he explained where others (Mormons, Calvinists, etc) differ in their interpretations.
I was trying to think of an illustration of how I felt after the study....It's like if you take an intricate woven rug and rolled it up. On the outside is just a simple description, like, "God created the world, even with all the evidence man rejected Him, but Jesus came and died for our sins, rose again, and by faith in Him we can be forgiven and have eternal life starting now." Then Paul unrolls the rug and shows all the beauty and details that went into that Good News.
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Is 26:3 You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You.
EnochWalked: I don't know whether these "US hackers" are actually NSA/CIA employees, but it seems that the world has decided it's open season for cyber-warfare, and every country will just claim it was unknown hackers operating in their country that are responsible.
Jul 21, 2021 19:18:50 GMT -6
EnochWalked: Sadly, dictatorships are probably at an advantage in such a war, because they already block access to foreign websites etc., and their economy is less dependent on open communication. I think that's why the US has been reluctant to fight on this level.
Jul 21, 2021 19:22:43 GMT -6