The term “God of the gaps” is used to describe the theological proposal that gaps in scientific knowledge provide evidence for God’s existence. Simply put, things that cannot be explained scientifically can be explained by the existence of an active God. For example, when a
“To you, O LORD, I call; my rock, be not deaf to me.” That is how David opened Psalm 28. Can you relate? Do you know what it is to pour your heart to God in prayer, knowing that he has the power to answer
A well-known, highly respected pastor writes, For some reason, we think of doubt and worry as “small” sins. But when a Christian displays unbelief or an inability to cope with life, he is saying to the world, “My God cannot be trusted,” and that kind
“I believe, help my unbelief.” So said the father as he entrusted his son to Jesus for deliverance from the malevolent and malicious demon (Mark 9:14–24). Anton recently mentioned this account in his excellent article on trusting God (“Trust God and Keep Your Powder Dry”).