February 5, 2010

Hank shares fears about reading the Book of Leviticus because lots of people today want to invalidate Scripture on the basis of this very book. If you read Leviticus, you are going to find the moral status of homosexuality and the biblical injunction against seeding different crops side by side along with sewing garments together with two different threads. All of that you find in the same context. Given today’s widespread biblical ignorance, including self-professed intellectuals who poo-poo the Bible, this becomes proof positive that the Bible simply cannot be trusted. Not in an age of scientific enlightenment. However, in truth, Scripture simply uses the object lessons of seeding crops and sewing cloths to illustrate the spiritual and social distinction between the kingdom of darkness and the kingdom of light. Mixing different things was associated with the syncretistic pagan practices that Israel was to avoid. Scripture provides wide varieties of illustrations to underscore the principle of undivided loyalty to God (0:37)

Questions / Comments

  • The voices in the head of the professing Christian man that moved him to murder the husband of Grace Fabian. Was that demonic activity? Example of Christian being demon possessed? (7:18)
  • Can evil spirits be present within church buildings and causing trouble for the members there? (20:56)
  • Can a Christian have a gift to see demons? (24:29)
  • Explain what it means to be born of the water and the spirit? (28:20)
  • Common on the Apostolic teaching on Jesus Only baptism and salvation. (32:11)
  • Formerly worked at Family Radio with Harold Camping. Struggling with the date setting. Uncertain if I am wrong. (39:07)
  • God sending evil spirit to Saul in 1 Samuel 18:10 indicates that God employs evil spirits? (48:03)