Unconditional Is the Ground of Conditional
Some Bible passages make crystal clear what we must not assume when reading other Bible passages. For example, consider Exodus 33:13 where Moses prays to God,
If I have found favor in your sight,
please show me now your ways,
that I may know you,
in order to find favor in your sight.
What this verse prevents us from assuming is that, if God’s favor is conditional, it is therefore not unconditional.
Or to put it another way, the verse prevents us from assuming... Continue Reading