If a marriage is not consummated, even for physical reasons, should that be grounds for annulment?
From Glenn Farris – Can you explain 1 Corinthians 9:20-21? What does Paul mean when he states that we are not “under the law”?
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?
“Theistic-Evolution” fall under the banner of Christian Orthodoxy? Can a person believe in evolution and still be a Christian? Or put another way, is believing in a literal 6-day creation and relatively young earth a “Gospel-issue.”
From Nate Werner – If a Christian man commits a sin in the past that would disqualify him from eldership (e.g. – looking at porn, but has since repented) is he forever disqualified? More generally, if a man did not meet the qualifications for eldership in the past, but now he does, is that man forever disqualified?
Jesus said, “It’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.” Would all Americans qualify as being rich according to Jesus’ standards for wealth?