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article March 29, 2010
.....obedience comes out of desire to please a God we love, not the opposite where our obedience is somehow pleasing to God so now He can love us.
My Friend Is Questioning the Reason and Need to Speak “in Tongues”
article March 24, 2010
This is not a complete answer about tongues, but some quick thoughts.
How Is It Fair that God Lets People Be Born Knowing That They Will Choose to Go to Hell?
article March 22, 2010
This is a classic question, and you are not the first to propose it. The answer is two-fold, one from God’s view, and one from man’s view.
How Can I Research the Identity of a Particular Demon? Should I?
article March 18, 2010
I believe you are quite correct to say that you are hesitant to “invite darkness” by pursuing a perceived demon. This is an area of spirituality that no one should ever “pursue” out of curiosity.
Since Abortion Ends the Life of a Real, although Unborn, Person, and that Person Goes to Heaven, in What Form Do They Exist in Heaven?
article March 16, 2010
Your question about what the resurrection body of an infant might look like, is one that the Bible is not quite specific on. Much caution should be exercised as we try to discern an answer that is compatible with God’s revealed truth. I believe we can come to a position that is satisfying and does not contradict Scripture.
Can a True Believer Be Saved If They Blaspheme the Holy Spirit?
article March 5, 2010
The “unpardonable sin” of blaspheming the Holy Spirit is something a believer cannot do.
Sinlessness of Christ
article February 25, 2010
If Jesus truly had no sin nature, how could he have suffered the temptations that nature carries?
What Is it that Makes Christianity So Compelling to Those Who Believe?
article February 5, 2010
God does not compel anyone–He offers. He has made sure that all know that He exists, and He has provided the answers for all those who seek.
What Does It Mean That We Are Created in God's Image?
article February 4, 2010
So in Genesis 1, the idea is clearly that man somehow represents something of or about God, including His presence in the world and His authority. Since we know from other passages that it is not that God has arms, hands, or other bodily parts, the resemblance must be less concrete and more “essential.” None of the other creations of God (whether animal or angel) are in God’s image. We resemble His attributes as much as the material can emulate the perfect Immaterial.
Would Jesus Say We Should Change a Person just Because of His/Her Sexual Orientation?
article February 4, 2010
The critical question is do you believe God and His Word; or, do you believe your own understanding?