Did Jesus die for the sins of all people or only of those He knew would become Christians? And if He did die for all people’s sins, then why would we not say that everyone will be saved?
I was raised in the Lutheran church. When the Lord’s Prayer was said, it ended in “Thine is the Kingdom and the Power and the Glory Forever. Amen.” This is not actually part of the prayer. Do you know how it got to be said?
What are the prerequisites for partaking in the Lord’s Supper? Is it for the baptized Christians only?
What does "Fear and Trembling” mean (Psalm 2:11; 1 Samuel 12:24)?
The Bible says we are to fear God (Psalm 2:11; 1 Samuel 12:24). In light of this, please explain 1 John 4:17-19.
How do you explain Genesis 6:3 that says the lifetime of man will be 120 years when Noah lived to be 950 and even later Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and others all lived many years more than 120? It seems that the 120 restriction wasn’t put into effect until the time of Moses.
I believe in 1945 95% of the people believed and called on the name God the father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. I believe in 2018 40% of the people believed and called on the name of God the father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. What changed? The Lord is the same today, tomorrow, and forever. What changed?
Can you expound on our responsibility to orphans and widows as stated in James 1:27?
How should we use the term “Christian”?
What will happen to the unimmersed on the Day of Judgment?
Why do we not come together for prayer gatherings in response to crisis like past generations did?
We explore biblical principles to apply to 2 questions:
Is it okay with God for a Christian to marry a non-Christian?
Is it wrong for a Christian to play the lottery? What about gambling in general?