In 1 Timothy 4:10, Paul says that God is “the savior of all people, especially those who believe.” On the surface, this verse seems to be promoting some form of universalism. So how can we interpret this verse faithfully?
Part 4 – Irresistible Grace. Pastor Joel, could you briefly explain each of the five points of calvinism and explain the logical and biblical significance of this particular theological system?
God’s goodness sounds like wonderful news on the surface, but I’ve heard it said that the goodness of God has negative implications for humanity? Is this true? If so, can you explain this concept?
When we offer criticism we express that something is lacking and requires our contribution. However, when we offer encouragement we acknowledge that success is present apart from our contribution. This often requires a great deal more humility.
There’s no mask mandate where I live, but many businesses and facilities still have signs that say they require masks. I personally refuse to wear a mask for two reasons: 1) Masks are proven to be ineffective in stopping the spread of the virus, unless it’s an N95 mask, and 2) I believe that the mask is merely a religious …
Are Christian parents required to spank their children in order to be biblically faithful? Is it permissible for Christian parents to faithfully discipline their children by other means other than spanking?