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.
Responses to 3 questions related to Giving:
Please explain Matthew 6:22-23: “The eye is the lamp of the body…”
Do we have to give every Sunday?
Should the collected funds of the church be used for the needs of non-Christians or only toward Christians?
We tackle the following questions:
If it were not for your faith in the Bible, then what other convincing reasons do you have for why it is unwise or wrong to live together with a partner without being married first?
What is grace?
What is faith?
What does Paul mean when, in Romans, he speaks of “saving faith”?
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?
Responses to the following questions:
1. Are we making an idol out of the cross?
2. What is a scriptural divorce and what isn’t?
3. As children of God, are we sinning when we are afraid to die?
Responses to these questions:
1. In the absence of scriptural leadership, how does a congregation operate?
2. Is there a book, chapter, and verse which tells us Jesus was 33 when He died?
3. What are some of the differences between the Sadducees and the Pharisees besides the denial of resurrection by the former?