- Appendix 1, Helpful Internet Resources
- Appendix 2, The Gospel of Salvation
- Demons, H e l l and Suffering
- Doubt Busters
- End Times
- Heaven and Angels
- Jesus on Judgment
- Religion and Spirituality
- Science and Evolution
- Sin and Salvation
- Society and Culture
- Steve's Books
- The Bible
- Violence and Atrocities
- Is the purpose of Bible preaching to inspire us?
- How can the Old Testament laws be passed away, yet still be said to continue?
- How do I get rid of sexual desires?
- Isn’t the Israelite’s entrance into the Promised Land in the OT symbolic of our going to Heaven when we die?
- After doing all these things, does this mean I’ll go to Heaven when I die?
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The covenants God made in the OT with the Hebrews were “for ever.” However, from what we understand in the book of Hebrews, they could only continue if the priesthood continued, and if God Himself continued it. As it is, … Continue reading
Isn’t the Israelite’s entrance into the Promised Land in the OT symbolic of our going to Heaven when we die?
I’ve sung several hymns where this point of view is held. The crossing of the river Jordan into Canaan’s land is held to represent death, and the land itself is Heaven. I don’t hold to that view, and I’ll explain … Continue reading
One of the reasons you are confused about faith is because it has been ruthlessly redefined beyond recognition. Some people in religion have defined it as a power, while secularists have mocked it as believing contrary to proof. Both are … Continue reading
Several passages teach us that the Lord makes a difference among his people. He does not treat them all the same way. Not all of us will be rewarded the same, even though we are all of the church. Not … Continue reading
You might as well ask what reason or the Theory of Relativity feel like. They, and faith, are not feelings at all. The biblical definition of faith means to know something is true. It does not mean to believe in … Continue reading
First, let’s cover several ideas people may have regarding faith and point out their weaknesses. “To walk in faith means to trust in your heart.” The Bible never tells us to trust in our heart; it says the opposite. We … Continue reading
Christians grow in their faith as they would grow in any other endeavor. Jesus tells us, “For whoever has, to him more will be given, and he will have abundance; but whoever does not have, even what he has will … Continue reading