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What does it mean to be human? You can’t answer a single question of consequence regarding human beings without answering that question first. Everything vital, meaningful, and moral about us hangs on its answer.
Greg and Tim take questions on the Black Hebrew Israelites, the kind of love Jesus commanded, and the image of God, then they discuss a recent debate between Frank Turek and Michael Shermer.
Greg answers questions about God removing doubt, whether we’ll mourn for those who aren’t in heaven, reconciling two key ideas in Christianity, and an alleged Bible contradiction.
Greg chats with Tim Barnett, then they answer questions about Matthew 28:20 and whether or not to attend an unequally yoked wedding,
The only way to guard against false ideas about God is to fill our minds with true ideas about God. But thinking rightly about God doesn’t come naturally, so what should we do?
Does 2 Timothy 3:16 refer to itself and the New Testament or to the Old Testament only?
Greg answers questions about denying the existence of evil, the practical application of our genders in heaven, and Matthew referring to himself in the third person in Matthew 9:9.
Greg answers questions about people misusing Jesus’ name, whether the number of demoniacs challenges inerrancy, David’s view of God’s love and judgment in Psalm 143, and more.
Greg answers questions about whether Revelation 3:5 indicates we can lose our salvation, how we can discern God’s will for us, and whether or not it’s wise for someone to express concern about her church’s view on hearing the voice of God.
We need to ask ourselves an honest question: Where does my view of God look more like the world than God’s Word?