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Greg answers questions about the “you” referred to in 2 Peter 3:8–9 and what 1 Timothy 2:4 means when it says God wants all people to be saved.
Greg talks about the nature of marriage then takes calls on discovering spiritual gifts, whether retirement is biblical, and how to respond to someone who cites an authority you’re not familiar with.
Greg answers questions about what the devil can do, irresistible grace in light of what Jesus said about the rich young man, and why Jesus’ name wasn’t already above all names.
Greg talks about Azusa Pacific changing their student code of conduct to allow for LGBTQ+ relationships then responds to a challenge against objective values.
There are no verses in the Bible. Nope. Not a one. At least, not in the original. Here’s why we need to keep that in mind as we read.
Greg answers questions about the need for an objective standard beyond God, advice for a city council candidate, and knowing God.
Greg answers questions about an alleged contradiction between God’s wrath and love, whether God needs believers to accomplish His purposes, whether apologetics can lead people to Christ, and more.
Greg talks about an interview with Nancy Pearcey in Salvo Magazine then takes questions about the old earth view and whether or not heaven is a physical place.
Could Romans 5:18-19 be used to argue for universalism? Transcript: 00:00 Does Romans 5 teach that because of what 00:03 Jesus did, justification came to all men? 00:06 Sounds like everyone's saved. Not so. 00:12 In Romans 5, Paul teaches that through one act of disobedience, Adam's,
Could Romans 5:18–19 be used to argue for universalism?