November 16, 2011

Hank comments on the notorious way Plinius the Younger interrogated Christians with the endgame of bringing them from the worship of Christ to the worship of Cesar. But Plinius was wrong. Christians never gave in because they believed in the resurrection of Christ and they turned the Empire upside down (0:52)

Questions / Comments:

  • My church is wrestling with the marks of the New Testament church and how that line up with modern churches (4:51)
  • Is salvation by grace a license to sin? (10:09)
  • Are there not verses that teach that when we sin, we ask for forgiveness, but we also turn from sin? (11:56)
  • Is there a difference between willful and conscious sin and just stumbling? (13:41)
  • Is it ok to determine God’s will by casting lots like in Acts 1? (21:57)
  • Why does 1 Corinthians 15 say the resurrected Lord appeared to the twelve when there were only eleven disciples at that time? (26:06)
  • My uncle is a homosexual, he is nice, believes in God, but the Bible says homosexuality is wrong, so does this mean he will he go to hell? (27:23)
  • What are your thoughts on the Trumpet Call of God? (31:33)
  • I am wrestling with pretribulation and postribulation rapture. Are we taken out before the tribulation, or do we endure through it? (39:21)
  • How does Satan influence the physical world and interact with us? (46:12)