I never feel worthy, although I would die rather than deny Christ. I know my sins are forgiven, there are just so many good people, better Christians than I am, how can I live up to all this? And what about the commandment to keep the Sabbath day holy?
Baptism: I have been led to believe that nearly all, if not all, of the translators transliterate the Greek rather than translate it. If so, what should scripture say if the Greek is translated correctly?
I’m wondering what you have to say about Catholics “praying” to Mary or other saints. I understand that the first commandment tells us to have no other gods, but Catholics seem to believe they’re not praying to Mary or the other saints, but somehow praying to God through them.
I have a question concerning what is meant by the phrase “spiritual warfare”? Are the angels still loyal to God engaged in actual combat with the ones who fell with Satan?
My question is: What is your thought about people who are christians but don’t attend church on a regular basis?
According to many of your comments about Eternal Security, nothing can cause us to become ‘unsaved’. What then, is the point of a Christian offering himself as a living sacrifice to God (Romans 12) and living a life worthy of the Gospel of Christ (Phil.1)? We all might as well accept Jesus as Lord and Saviour then carry on living exactly as we were before.
I am very surprised at your reply to “Relationship Problems” in Ask a Bible Teacher. As I understand the letter, this woman is not only in an unequally yoked relationship but she is living a sinful lifestyle by living with this man outside of marriage.
I have a serious problem in my life and I am unsure what to do about it. I am currently living with a man (we are not married). He doesn’t see what is happening in the world the way I do and he seems to do everything he can to prove me wrong about the End of Days approaching. I love this man but I don’t really want to marry him with the way his belief system is.
Could you provide a little background information on yourself?
Until the time comes for us to leave what is the best scriptural or worldly defense against these periodic onslaughts by unbelievers?