Identities of God and Man
by D. C. Goodman
The Identities of God and Man defines a narrow path to living the true truth of Judeo-Christianity. Most of the 2 billion Christians, 1.5 billion muslims and the rest of the world's religions have one thing in common: They have performance requirements to satisfy their supreme beings. There are some Judeo-Christians believing otherwise and following the narrow path of living in the forgiveness found in Jesus Christ (Yeshua to some). Mankind, individually and corporately, is a copy of the Creator God. We find proof of this duplication in everyday experience and in the Old Testament. His Creatorship gives him rights and one of those is the right to define his creation. Beginning with creation, the Identities of God and Man extends these ideas into the realms of law, sin, forgiveness and the redefinition of Man by the work of Jesus Christ. Discover the entire structure of the book in the Sixteen Arguments.
Answer each question either yes or no, true or false. The answers can tell you what kind, if any, of a Judeo-Christian you are. Truth Survey
If I Believe Enough, Will It Make Me Rich?
Believing something will not make it so. I am not the “little engine that could”. Get Rich?
Would God Create a Rock too Big for Him to Lift?
This question revolves around the matters of infinity and finitude and depends entirely upon the ambiguous use of the words "create", "big", and "rock". Too Big to Lift?
Do Aliens Exist?
There are four things to consider when asking about the existence of life on other planets. Do Aliens Exist?
Does Prayer have Power?
No, it does is not. Prayer is a petition, an entreaty or a request. A request is the act of asking for something. Prayer Power?
Of Interest to Christians
Persecution News and Resources
Compass Direct (persecution news you can use)
Persecution.com (causes to support)
ReligionOfPeace.com (pictorial violence and truth told)
Jihad Watch (Robert Spencer)
Israel & the Jewish People
Israeli News (Jerusalem Post news reports)
Messianic Jews (Messianic Jewish Alliance of America)
Does God Show Favoritism?
Maybe but what if he did? Suppose God decided to give you a big blue Cadillac and me a rusty 62 Impala. We both asked for the Caddy but he gave one to you. So God favored you, right? I'm not really sure. Favoritism
Do I Have a Purpose in Life?
The question of purpose revolves around 3 fundamental ideas. Those are the matters of meaning, significance and worth or importance. Purpose in Life
What Should I do with My Life?
This question used to drive me crazy and it likely does the same to you if you choose to read this article. The question seems to revolve around the ideas of purpose, personal meaning, being valuable and significant in life. What Should I Do?
Does God have a Plan for Me?
God certainly plans. Consider Isaiah 5:19 and 14:16 or Jeremiah 18:11 and 36:3 or even Amos 3:7 and Micah 4:12. God's Plan for Me
If I Believe Enough, Will it Make Me Well?
This issue is exactly like the "If I Believe Enough, Will It Make Me Rich?". This is different only in that one can appeal for mercy instead of advertising ambition as the motive. Get Well
The Sixteen Arguments
1. Something exists and I experience it.
2. I share the something experienced with other humans, regardless of race, age, mental acuity, talent, or time in history.
3. The nature of that shared existence has no objectively verifiable, comprehensive, and internally consistent explanation apart from Judeo-Christianity. Sixteen Arguments