Monthly Archives: August 2020

Losing Your Salvation

This entry is part 294 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Does Matthew 24:13 explain that it’s possible to lose your salvation or that if you are saved, your heart will never want to stray? Matthew 24:13 comes in the context of the hard times in the end times. Jesus describes … Continue reading

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Great Falling Away

This entry is part 293 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Will there be the great falling away of 2 Thessalonians 2:3? Jesus talks about a great falling away of the saints when he talks about the end times in Matthew 24. He details those days as a time of tribulation … Continue reading

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Honoring Parents

This entry is part 292 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

How do you honor your parents biblically? Exodus 20:12, the fifth commandment, tells us to honor our parents. It doesn’t give any explanation as it does for some of the other commandments. But it does give us a promise that … Continue reading

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Sabbath Day

This entry is part 291 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

What does Romans 14:5 mean, and does this verse prove that any day can be a Sabbath day? Romans 14:5 is tapping into an issue Paul espoused in his day called “matters of conscience.” It had to do with the … Continue reading

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Jesus and Mary Magdalene

This entry is part 290 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Were Jesus and Mary Magdalene married? There has always been this lingering question, but not from the places you think. It’s popularized today by authors like Dan Brown and his Da Vinci Code books. There have been secret societies and … Continue reading

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God Laughing

This entry is part 289 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why doesn’t Scripture record Jesus laughing or having fun? Oh I’m sure Jesus and his disciples had many conversations and events that were not recorded in Scripture. In fact, John tells us that point blank (John 20:30-31). The main function … Continue reading

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Missing the Rapture

This entry is part 276 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Is it possible the rapture has already happened? The rapture has not yet occurred. For one, I am still here. Joking aside, Paul wrote the letters to the Thessalonians for the express purpose to explain that the rapture had not … Continue reading

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Politics, Politics Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Politics and Christianity

In this season of voting and choosing candidates, I want to take a few posts to share some of my biblically political views on the world. You won’t find my personal views here. But you will find the perspective of … Continue reading

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Caught Up in the Air

This entry is part 275 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Can you explain rising up into the air during the rapture? Scripture talks about the rapture in two places specifically. Rapture is Latin for “catching up.” This is the language Paul uses in 1 Thessalonians 4:18 when he talks about … Continue reading

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“God Helps Those Who Help Themselves”

This entry is part 274 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

“God helps those who help themselves.” How much, or how little, does the Bible support this statement? There are several phrases we share with one another that are not necessarily found in the Bible or even supported by the Bible. … Continue reading

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