In this episode of Questions, John Harris, AD Robles and Joel Webbon offer book recommendations for those who desire to grow in their ability of applying God’s Law to every area of life.
Will Christians have to confess their sins publicly in the Final Judgment? Will Christians feel guilty or ashamed in the Final Judgment?
Could you please discuss the ordinance of baptism? More specifically, could you discuss the church giving authority for pastors or deacons to perform the baptism. Can any Christian baptize a confessing believer?
Josh Simpson – Why doesn’t the Reformed Christian movement orient like the Amish do in terms of community; all living around each other. There are plenty of counties in Texas where this is possible. Fannin County is a great example. Why don’t Reformed Christians buy up land and keep it within the family?
There appears to be a growing divide in American Evangelicalism. Whether it be the political sphere, cultural sphere, or church sphere, the “middle ground” seems to be rapidly disappearing. Today, pastors are either bold or compromising. So how can Christians quickly identify whether or not a specific pastor is a coward, before investing multiple years in that local church?
Nathanael Stallings – “I struggle with doubt… I still believe in the gospel but I’ve been getting a lot of questions about things such as biblical inerrancy that I am uncertain about. Do you have any helpful words for someone struggling with doubt, particularly regarding the reliability of the Bible?” Every Monday at 12PM CT Pastor Joel hops on YouTube …