Monthly Archives: May 2020

Essential Revelation

This entry is part 162 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

Has God given us essential revelation or exhaustive revelation? Exhaustive revelation is the idea that the Bible speaks to an issue completely and provides every facet of that issue. Essential revelation means that God gave us everything we need to … Continue reading

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Imperishable Qualities

This entry is part 161 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why are there imperishable qualities in the book of Corinthians when the whole Earth is destroyed by fire at the end of Revelations? If you are referring to 1 Corinthians 15:53-54, Paul explains that the imperishable and eternal cannot be … Continue reading

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Bible Relevancy

This entry is part 160 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

As a believer, do you think the Bible should be contextualized at the time in which we live, or is it still relevant? Unpacking the context of the days and times the Bible books were written in makes the Bible … Continue reading

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Trading Places

Romans Miniseries Part 3 Some of the greatest shows that I’ve recently been watching deal with people who are poor, down and out, receiving an opportunity to live the rich life. One of these shows, called Rich House Poor House, … Continue reading

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Book of Romans

This entry is part 159 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the main theme of the book of Romans? As Paul traveled toward the city of Rome to present his case to Caesar, he wrote the book of Romans. He didn’t know any of the churches in Rome personally, … Continue reading

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Jews and Greeks

This entry is part 158 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

Who was Paul talking to when he said, “Neither Jew or Greek”? Was it Israelites following after Greek gods or other nations? This quote comes from Galatians 3:28. The book of Galatians was written to the region of Galatia. All … Continue reading

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The Mind Gate

This entry is part 40 of 49 in the series Holiness Matters

We have all kinds of ways to evaluate the mind. We have IQ tests, games that require quick thinking, essays and stories to test our creative thinking, and many more. We are fascinated by the way the mind works. The … Continue reading

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God’s Omnipresence

This entry is part 157 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

What are some scriptures that support God being present everywhere? God is present throughout his entire creation. Because he is Spirit () he can be anywhere all the time. At the beginning of creation, all three members of the Trinity … Continue reading

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Stephen

This entry is part 156 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

As righteous as Stephen was before he was stoned, why didn’t he write any of the books of the Bible? All of the books of the New Testament were written by either apostles, those who had first-hand eyewitness account from … Continue reading

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Beasts of Revelation

This entry is part 155 of 258 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the difference between the beast of the sea in Revelation 13:1 and the second beast of the earth in Revelation 13:11? These two beasts are the agents of the Dragon, or Satan. They both serve him but in … Continue reading

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