Q. Does the scripture verify that pig blood was once offered on the altar?
Q. My question is this, does 1 Cor. 10:13 apply to non-Christians? I have a relative that is going through some very difficult times and has contemplated suicide. He is a non-believer (I pray everyday for his salvation) and wonders if this verse is ever wrong. I explained that I believe this verse can never be wrong because God’s word is never wrong. But I also told him that I don’t know if this verse applies to non-Christians. I’m a believer and this verse has rang true on every occasion in my life. I know this book was written to the Christians in Corinth so my thought is it only applies to Christians. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Q. Do you have a scripture that says Christ’s second coming is a set time? What do you think about a set time?
Q. Your comments said that God is jealous and gets angry, He is just and righteous. I agree, but what do I say to those who believe that God is Love so he can’t get jealous or angry?
Q. In reference to your last article on the Ascension, it seems like most Bible teachers who teach end time eschatology never refer to Hosea 6:2. It surely must have some significance to the timing of the second coming, does it not?
Q. First thank you for your website and your wisdom, which is why I write. I have been mulling over some personal issues in my life and I’ve been praying for guidance and wisdom but I don’t seem to find the answers I’m looking for. Is there any advice you can give me as to how I can listen for God’s counsel in these matters? I’m trying to avoid my own meddling and instead allow HIS grace to guide me, but I worry I’m unsuccessful. I appreciate your advice on this matter and look forward to your response.
Q. Does the Bible address the problem of so many preachers not preaching the Bible as they used to? A lot of the scriptures seem to get twisted and give the wrong view. It’s getting harder and harder to find good Bible based preaching.
Q. Regarding The Terminal Generation, one interpretation of the word “generation” I’ve heard is that of “age.” The pastor indicated that Jesus was basically saying that the signs he mentions will happen before and as the Church Age ends. Do you see any merit in this interpretation of “generation”?