Why Godward God?: Reflections on Writing (Pt. 5)

In the previous four posts (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4), I’ve explained the essence of this site and why it is called Godward God. However, in this final post, I want to very practically explain why I believe having a forum for writing is a strategic investment in my writing and […]

Why Godward God?: Being a “Secondary Teacher” (Pt. 4)

At this site, I intend to be a secondary teacher. A secondary teacher is one who sees the primary purpose of his teaching to draw attention to the teaching the bible by building on the teaching of those who have gone before him. In a day in which many enter the realm of social media […]

Why Godward God?” Private Piety and Public Good (Pt. 3)

In the last two posts we laid out the that the reason this site is called Godward God is that is rightly displays what we believe are two massive all defining truths Scripture (articulated in Edwards’s End for Which God Created the World). First, that God is first and foremost God-centered. That is, he is […]

Why GodwardGod?: Our Joy is Found in Treasuring God (Pt. 2)

In the first post, I pointed out that the reason the site is called GodwardGod is to make the site’s focus what is God’s focus, namely Himself. We said that this biblical reality is outlined in texts like Isaiah 48:9–11 and is the first of two massive realities outlined in Jonathan Edwards’s The End for […]

Why Godward God?: God is Supremely God-Centered (Pt. 1)

Isaiah 48:9–11: “For my name’s sake I defer my anger;for the sake of my praise I restrain it for you,that I may not cut you off.Behold, I have refined you, but not as silver;I have tried you in the furnace of affliction.For my own sake, for my own sake, I do it,for how should my name […]

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