Tuesday December 10, 2019 (Ask the Theologian)

Tuesday December 10, 2019 (Ask the Theologian) from Ask The Theologian by Dr. Randy White. Released: 2019. Track 1,019. Genre: Speech.

  1. Why in Bullinger’s Companion Bible are some pronouns written in a different type? Example found in John 7:36.
  2. In 2 Thessalonians 1:5, why does Paul mention such things as the Kingdom, counted worthy and suffering for the kingdom?
  3. Concerning election, can it be held outside of the ridiculous lengths that Calvinists go? For example 1st and 2nd Thessalonians are full of election language.
  4. Can a person, who has accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior, but refuses to acknowledge that hell exists, still be saved?
  5. Is the parable of the workers in the vineyard in Matt 20 about salvation in its context or can it be applied to many other things?
  6. How do you explain 1 Corinthians 11:3 and John 20:17 where Christ claims to be lower than God the Father?
  7. I am currently in a local community college as a liberal arts major. There’s no theology major here. It’s my heart to preach the word rightly divided and to teach the Bible.  Could you talk me through some steps, tips and a good plan for the future?
  8. Is the pre-tribulation rapture doctrine one which to divide over; a hill on which to die like salvation by faith? Would you fellowship or minister with someone of a different position?
  9. Please give me the name of some of your sermons in which you have that discussed born-again verses salvation/saved.
  10. Is it difficult to start your own church? Many won’t accept this doctrine of being born again. Let’s just say you teach the word rightly divided without making a clear stand. It would seem you would be pushed out by the church administration, especially when questioned about being born again.
  11. What do you think about Kingdom exclusion, that Christians can lose entrance into the thousand years? What are your thoughts on a partial rapture?

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