A Theology of Sin and Sovereignty

A Theology of Sin and Sovereignty: How Sin Never Disrupts God’s Sovereign Decree

“This is my Father’s world: O let me ne’er forget. That though the wrong seems oft so strong, God is the ruler yet.”1

This stanza from Maltbie Babcock’s hymn This is My Father’s World has comforted many Christians since it was published in 1915. It has served as a needed reminder that though sin is real, it is ruled—ruled by a sovereign God who only allows evil to exist when it brings good to His people and glory to His name…

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