Episode 878 Show Notes
From the Show
Jesus and the apostles do have strong condemnations, but usually those are directed toward hypocritical religious leaders.
Questions in this Episode
- When the Pharisees questioned Jesus about a woman married to seven different men, Jesus told them no one would be married or given in marriage in the resurrection. If that is so, why does God make such a big issue about marriage to nullify it in the heaven?
- Why is it that we as Christians don’t boldly condemn wrong doing anymore? Even the Apostle Paul didn’t mince words when it came to Alexander the Coppersmith among other wrongdoers. Is it still okay to condemn without reservations like Paul did?
- I am going through your Romans Bible study and enjoying it. On page 73, it states, “When God justified us, we were declared innocent of all our sins once and for all.” Are we declared “innocent,” as in never having committed the sins or are we declared “forgiven” in that Christ has paid the penalty for our sins?
- In Revelation 1:1, it seems to indicate that God is giving a revelation to Jesus that he was not aware of. Is that right?
- In 2015, my son died in a motorcycle accident. How do I move on from the grief I have about this because I still think about him every day?
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