“Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.” – John 12:24
“The last enemy to be destroyed is death...Death is swallowed up in victory.” – 1 Corinthians 15:26, 54
"The greater the sin, the greater the mercy, the deeper the death and the brighter the rebirth.” - C. S. Lewis
"This story...has the very taste of primary truth." - J. R. R. Tolkien

Friday, May 22, 2009

The Victory of God: The Cross and the Resurrection as an Answer to the Problem of Evil

Here is a list of links to the each post in this series of posts I've been doing on "The Victory of God":

The Problem of Evil
Evil Points to God
A Greater Redemptive Purpose
An Unbalanced Duality
The Problem of Good
The Eucatastrophe
Made in the Author’s Image
Tolkien on Stories and Sub-creation
The Great Rider
A Strange Way to Triumph
The Suffering of God
The Weight of Sin
The Justice and Love of God
The Paradoxical Riches of the Gospel
The Paradoxical Riches of the Gospel, con’t
Solving the Problem of Sin
The Forsaken Son of God
Forsaken, But Still One with the Father
From Humiliation to Glory
The Cross as Revelation of God
Satan Opposed the Cross
A Mind in Darkness
The Ruin of Satan
A Deeper Wisdom
Death Defeated
The Passion of the Christ
God’s Eucatastrophe
Jonathan Edwards on the Two “Wills” of God
The Cross Predestined
Sin and Free Will
The Free Will Defense
A Greater Revelation of God’s Perfections
A Deeper Knowledge of God’s Love
A Higher Joy
Quotes from Tolkien, Lewis, Dostoevsky, and Jesus
A More Glorious Reality
The Accomplishing of God’s Purpose for Creation
Conclusion: The Best of All Possible Stories
The Victory of God: Summary, part 1
The Victory of God: Summary, part 2
The Victory of God: Summary, part 3
The Son Rises on Reality
Is God That Great?
The Victorious God
The Triumph of Christ
Heaven and Earth Redeemed
Hope and Strength from the Cross
Some Great Books by C. S. Lewis, John Stott, John Piper, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Jonathan Edwards

A couple additional posts on this subject:


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