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Can We Have The Lord’s Supper At Our Wedding?

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 11:2-16
Topics: Lord's Supper, Marriage,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Can a bride and groom participate in the Lord’s supper at their wedding?

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Is It Effeminate For Men To Play Video Games?

Scripture: Ephesians 5:1-33
Topics: Marriage, Marriage, Biblical Womanhood, Biblical Manhood,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Mineben256 – “Any thoughts on video games?” Every Monday at 12PM CT Pastor Joel hops on YouTube to answer your questions live. This episode of Questions was taken from one of his Live Q&A. To make sure you are notified when we have our next Live Q&A – subscribe to our YouTube channel and click the bell. Subscribe to our …

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Why Is “Presuppositional” Apologetics Superior To “Classical/Evidential” Apologetics?

Scripture: 2 Timothy 3:16-17
Topics: Doctrine of Apologetics,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

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 …

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How Does Pastor Joel Leads Family Worship In His Home?

Scripture: Deuteronomy 6:7-9
Topics: Marriage, Marriage, Biblical Womanhood, Biblical Manhood, Biblical Manhood, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Adam Duran – “Pastor Joel, please discuss your approach to family worship.” Every Monday at 12PM CT Pastor Joel hops online to answer your questions live. This episode of Questions was taken from one of his Live Q&A. To make sure you are notified when we have our next Live Q&A – subscribe to our YouTube channel and click the …

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Can Women Ask Pastors Questions, Or Only Their Husbands?

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 14:35
Topics: Marriage, Marriage, Biblical Womanhood, Biblical Manhood, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Biblical Womanhood,
Contributor: Right Response Staff

“If there is anything they desire to learn, let them ask their husbands at home. For it is shameful for a woman to speak in church.” 1 Corinthians‬ ‭14:35‬ ‭ESV‬‬ The Bible seems to indicate that women should reserve their theological questions for their husbands. If so, how far should this principle be applied?

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If Jesus Died For Everyone, Why Do Many Still Go To Hell?

Scripture: 1 John 2:2
Topics: Doctrine of Apologetics, Doctrine of Justification,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

If the death of Jesus is not a mere example of sacrificial love but actual atonement (the finished payment for sin), and if Jesus died for each and every individual, why do many people still go to eternal suffering in hell? It appears as though these individuals’ sins are being paid for “twice;” once by Jesus on the cross, and …

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Can Christians Send Their Children To Public Schools?

Scripture: Matthew 22:17-21
Topics: Marriage, Marriage, Biblical Womanhood, Biblical Manhood, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Biblical Womanhood, Culture & Politics, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Christians must remember that Public Schools are State Schools. Therefore, “Caesar” is the head of all Public Schools. Christians have been commanded by Christ to “render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. So the question is this: Whose image do we see in our children? In other words, are children made …

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Can The Fruit Of Christendom Incentivize Unbelievers To Be Christian?

Scripture: Isaiah 2
Topics: Marriage, Marriage, Biblical Womanhood, Biblical Manhood, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Biblical Womanhood, Culture & Politics, Parenting, Evangelism,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Nations that adhere to Christian principles are always blessed. Is it permissible for Christians to point out this evidence to unbelievers as an incentive for them to come to Christ? Or is this tactic just another form of “Seeker-Sensitive” evangelicalism?