Q. We know that God has not already raptured the Church because of His long suffering, giving every human a chance to trust His plan of salvation. Do you think He will come back at a time when every person that will make a decision for Him will have done so, or will there be those who might have trusted Him at a later date, but be lost because He came back? Or do you think it is simply a number thing, when the full number of Gentiles has come in?
Q. Will babies who have been aborted go directly to the Lord as members of the Church or will they be part of another population? I imagine they would be the Church, but I’d appreciate your clarification.
Q. Re: the different races. I have argued that races were man made not from God. I use Act 17:26 to defend this. “And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation.” What do you think?
Q. In Biblical times, both in the OT and NT, there have always been prophets inspired by the Word of God, and in the NT, Apostles of Christ’s teachings during His time on Earth. Since Paul wasn’t a direct follower of Jesus chosen before the resurrection, why do you think we haven’t been given any Apostles since Paul, if Apostleship is something that was/can be given by God after the Cross? Further, why are there no further recognized prophets since John the baptist?
Q. Why is the Church special? We are the only group that is securely saved. The old testament believers, tribulation believers, and millennial believers will all have to provide evidence of their faith to remain saved. Why are only we so blessed?
Q. How do you answer someone who believes Israel has been replaced by the Church and uses 1 Pet. 2:9 to support his position?
Q. I have a question about church attendance and being saved. I know that we are only saved by what we believe, but what about someone who does not enjoy going to church? I love Jesus and I love being around other Christians but honestly I find church sort of a drag. It is so ritualistic and I find some of the people there think the building is more important than the relationship. How should I deal with this?
Q. I have a friend who has not gone to church for years and has never taken her children either. She says she is a Christian and does not believe you have to go to church to be one. I think if you really are a Christian you will thirst for God’s word and want to go. What do you think?
Q. Do you believe we are still in the Church of Philadelphia Age or have we entered the Laodicean era?
Q. I have a question that has to do with Jewish Believers in Yeshua, in the here and now. I’m referring to those who are biological descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob who believe Yeshua’s claims as Messiah, Son of God, Redeemer etc. I see them as born-again, baptized into the Body of Christ and members of the invisible Church. However I have seen commentary that implies they are also part of Israel – though what this really means has never been explained very well, especially in regards future events (e.g. the rapture, the Messianic Kingdom etc.). Will these Jewish Believers be reckoned as members of the Church or members of the nation of Israel?