Have you ever spoken to an unbeliever who knew some of his Bible—just enough to be angry and confused? If so, you probably heard questions (accusations) like these: “What kind of God orders the slaughter of entire cities—women, children, and animals included—without mercy? Why does God allow so much pain, suffering, and evil in the world? How do you reconcile the love of God with the eternal flames of hell?”
So often, the attribute of God that confuses unbelievers most is His love. They can’t fathom the depth of God’s love in the Incarnation and Crucifixion of Christ. But beyond that, they refuse to see other expressions of God’s love, expressions that sometimes escape our notice too. Here’s John MacArthur to explain. Click play . . .