Tag Archives: in Christ

Do you have questions about the Bible or Christianity in general?

This morning while I was laying in bed, meditating on spiritual things (Rom. 8:5-6), I believe the Spirit directed my mind to this thought: “There are many ‘question and answer sites’ out there, but none that give answers according to … Continue reading

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The nature of eternal life, part 2

Rather than continue posting only one passage at a time with its separate examination, I will post a couple of passages here for discussion and information:   “Whoever believes [1] in the Son has eternal life. Whoever does not obey … Continue reading

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Gospel Elements according to the Scriptures, not man’s doctrines.

1.  God is sovereign, but this fact does not mean that He forces His will in all things – most especially when it comes to eternal life.  In Him we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined according to the … Continue reading

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Covenanting (particularly Ancient Near Eastern (ANE) Covenanting)

God’s grace in relating to His people by initiating covenants with them is a major theme of the Bible. [1] In introducing this chapter, I want to discuss the importance of adding covenant understanding and application to Biblical Hermeneutics. First, … Continue reading

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The difference between salvation and eternal life?

Yes, there is a difference, but because we have been taught the wrong things over the last  500 years beginning with the Reformation and the Reformers getting it wrong, their errors have been passed down to us through the centuries. … Continue reading

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