May 19, 2010

In 1-2 Kings, it is quite stunning to recognize that Josiah finds the Book of the Law  in the Temple, and tears his royal robes because he is undone by the fact that from the time of the judges the kings did not celebrate Passover. Hank indicates that Israel is called to be a light to the nations and through types and shadows demonstrate to the world that God had provided a plan of redemption through a coming Christ and yet the very ones who are called to bring this light to the nations had forgotten the Book of the Law…

Questions / Comments

  • Is there Scripture that lends credibility to people in heaven seeing the happenings of the living? (4:06)
  • Can one be a homosexual and a Christian? (9:35)
  • What is the importance of believing in Romans 10:9 and whether it is necessary for one to know the resurrection took place in history as opposed to just a symbol? (13:35)
  • Taught Satan fell before creation. Heard Satan fell after the creation because God initially made creation good, but creation could not be good if Satan had already fallen, which means evil was in the creation, and so it happened after the temptation of Eve. Which view is correct? (39:00)
  • Does the forsaking of the Law in 1-2 Kings relate to 1 Corinthians 10:11? (43:16)