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Sexual Fantasy and Masturbation

Aren't sexual fantasies always adultery?

Topics: Ethics

Theological Flowerbeds - D.A.I.S.Y. vs. T.U.L.I.P.

Calvinism's acronym is T.U.L.I.P. Does Arminianism have an acronym?

Topics: Biblical TheologyReformationApologetics

Was David a Homosexual? - 1 Samuel 18:1-4

Based upon 1 Samuel 18:1-4, was David a homosexual?

Topics: Historical BooksChristian LivingBiblical Theology

What does Higgaion and Selah mean?

What does Higgaion and Selah mean?

Topics: Poetry and WisdomInterpretation

What commandment(s) did Adam violate in the Fall?

What commandment(s) did Adam violate in the Fall?

Topics: ManBiblical TheologyInterpretation

What is the significance of Hosea's children?

Can you please briefly explain the significance of Hosea's children?

Topics: ProphetsManSalvation

Law and Grace

In what ways do the Ten Commandments reveal the grace of God?

Topics: PentateuchEthicsChristian Living

What are the different types of prevenient grace?

What are the different types of prevenient grace?

Topics: SalvationBiblical TheologyApologetics

What is the significance of Aaron's rod?

God can do what he desires to do. Why does he therefore need Aaron’s rod to do his bidding?

Topics: PentateuchInterpretationBiblical Theology

Are Prayer List Prayers Biblical?

Our pastor uses a list on Sunday mornings to pray with. We must pray for 20 things in 2-3 minutes. Is this really prayer?

Topics: Christian Living

Is God dead?

Fredrick Nietzsche seems to be on to something when he says God is dead. Jesus died. No breath, no heartbeat. So God is dead. And dead is dead. What say you?

Topics: GodChristBiblical Theology