St. Patrick and Q&A

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Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:
 
Hank’s Prologue:

  • Hank shares his thoughts on St. Patrick’s Day. Patrick was born a Brit in the fifth century, but when he was 16 he was captured by Irish pirates and taken to Ireland as a slave. After escaping, he later returned as a missionary. Although all analogies for the Trinity ultimately break down, Patrick supposedly explained this doctrine by using a shamrock. Tradition credits him as the founder of Christianity in Ireland and its first bishop. Certainly many came to faith in Christ through his ministry.

Questions and Answers:

  • Have you heard of the New Apostolic Reformation? Are IHOP and Bethel Church in Redding associated with it?
  • Must one be baptized prior to taking Communion?
  • When I think of the old song that talks about power in the blood of Jesus, I wonder what power Jesus ran on.
  • Can you explain the doctrine of predestination?
  • When we get to heaven will we remember this lifetime?
  • Is Oneness Pentecostalism and their denial of the Trinity a heresy?
  • Could you give me some insight on the teaching of Ray Hagin and this idea of Afrocentrism?

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