One of the least understood concepts in The Bible, especially when it come to The Holiness of God.
Almost everyone battles with finding purpose at some time in their life, but purpose is something accessible to every Christian.
Does evil have an existence of its own, or is it simply the absence of Good? How do we really know the difference between the two?
This book explores the implications of one of the the greatest surprises in the bible. God is Holy.
The Subjective God serves and an introduction to the larger issue of Biblical Ethics. Rather than starting with Paul's theology, we start with God's own ethic.
Holiness implies purpose. To be holy is to have purpose greater than oneself. So when God says in His own book that we are to "be holy, because I am holy." (Leviticus 11:45 NIV) that ought to come as quite a shock.
God is holy?... surely it is other things that are holy toward God, how can God be holy? Invariably we are lead to this question; if God is holy, then what is He holy toward? What is His Purpose?
The concept of God's Holiness takes us on a fascinating tour that begins in the deserts of the Middle East, and culminates in the Revelation of The Christ.
The overriding implication of the holiness of God concludes as we discover the purpose of mankind tucked neatly and intentionally inside the purpose of his creator.