Episode 609 Show Notes
From the Show
Not all sins are equal. All sins are damnable, meaning, all sins merit God’s wrath. Other sins, however, in and of themselves, are more heinous in God’s sight than others. The fact is that we all sin and fall short of God’s glory. The good news of the gospel is that Jesus has taken ours sins upon himself. Our hope is that Jesus has taken our punishment upon himself, so that we might have eternal life.
Questions in this Episode
- 1. I am naturally interested in studying the bible and theological books. I also have a young family and while my wife is not uninterested in these things, I also know it would not be ideal for us as a family to read and discuss the types of things I am naturally drawn to, theologically speaking. I think it would be too much for them and unhelpful. What are ways that I can better help my family learn about the faith together?
2. Does Jesus serve only as the intermediary between us and the Father, or can we also pray to Jesus as well as the Father?
3. Recently I had a mini debate with some followers and disciples of a very intense charismatic leader. In our conversation they used Acts 2:17-18 as their self-defense on personal revelation or dreams. What do you think would be a good response to these interpretations?
4. Does everyone that goes to hell suffer equally? It would seem reasonable to think that someone like Hitler would suffer more than an ethical, moral person who perhaps had never been exposed to the Word or perhaps kept putting off a decision or was led into a less than real salvation experience.
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The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Timothy Keller