Adam, created perfectly and placed in a perfect environment, discovered that, when dependent upon his own free will, could not make a decision for righteousness. How then can fallen man living in a corrupt world be expected to do what Adam could not?
How would you answer this question? Can you justify your answer according to Scripture? Here's is my attempt at doing just that.
Recently, I had an extended though pleasant discussion about theology with a new friend from a Pentecostal background who asked me if I believed in "once saved, always saved."
I am sure that you have heard someone say, “God will never give you more than you can handle.” What is the biblical basis for such a belief and is it correct?
If you have read much of my blog or heard me preach, you know that I make much ado about the doctrine and the knowledge of God. I do this because I believe that the church has lost sight of its primary purpose of giving glory to God through obedience, worship, and discipleship.
What is the answer concerning Christian patriotism? Should Christians be actively and publicly involved in the political process?
What is the relationship between Christianity and patriotism? Can a Christian be a patriot?