What Is The King James Only Movement?

by Jack Wellman
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What is the King James Only Movement? Do they claim all other Bible versions are inferior? Strengths and Weaknesses The King James Version is one of the most widely read and beloved translations of any on earth, however it is losing some of its popularity today because of the many updates of the various translations, […]

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Is Paradise And Heaven The Same Thing?

by Jack Wellman

Jesus told the thief on the cross he would be with Him today in paradise, so where is paradise? Is it heaven? Bosom of Abraham Jesus told the account of the rich man and Lazarus, and it was not in the context of a parable, because Jesus had been using parables a few paragraphs before […]

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Who Was Gamaliel, The Apostle Paul’s Teacher?

by Jack Wellman
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Who was Gamaliel, the Apostle Paul’s early teacher? The Gospel of Jesus Christ When God called Saul, whose name was later change to Paul, he became the Apostle to the Gentiles, even though He was nearly at the top of the Jewish religious world, being a Hebrew of Hebrews, he says. First of all, he […]

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What Is Biblical Textualism?

by Jack Wellman
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What is biblical textualism? Is it a good thing or should Christians be warry of it? Textualism and the Law Textualism is a formalist theory in which the interpretation of the law is primarily based on the ordinary meaning of the legal text and where no consideration is given to non-textual sources, such as the […]

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What Happens To Time In The Kingdom?

by Jack Wellman
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Wan time exist outside of matter? Will time exist after the kingdom of God arrives? The Kingdom of God Jesus spoke often about the kingdom of God, so what exactly is the kingdom of God? Is it heaven? Is it Paradise? Is it the Church? Is it the New Jerusalem (Rev 21:1-4)? Jesus must have […]

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Who Were The Zealots?

by Jack Wellman
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Who were the Zealots? Whatever happened to them? Zealous The word zealous means to be fervent, to be passionate about, or to be devoted to something and most people in this world want to have freedom. No one loves living under an iron-fisted ruler. People will eventually resist and create a political change in the […]

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What Is God’s Purpose For Creating Us?

by Jack Wellman
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God never creates anything without a purpose, so what is God’s purpose for creating us? The Glory of God One clear purpose for God creating humans was to glorify God. God seeks glory for Himself, but what does the word “glory” mean? We get the word glory from the Hebrew root word “kavod,” and it literally […]

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Why Should Christians Study The Old Testament?

by Jack Wellman

Should Christians be studying the Old Testament since the New Testament is here? In the Beginning You cannot get to the gospel until you get to the reason for the gospel, and that is the fall of mankind in the Garden of Eden. Without knowing the reason for our sin nature, we’d never admit we’re […]

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Can Christians Commit Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit?

by Jack Wellman
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Is it possible for believers to commit blaspheme of the Holy Spirit and commit an unpardonable sin? God’s Holy Name God’s name is holy and to be treated with great reverence and respect. God took His name so seriously that one of the laws in the Old Testament said, “Whoever blasphemes the name of the […]

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What Is Glossolalia?

by Jack Wellman
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What is Glossolalia? Is it even biblical? Glossolalia What is Glossolalia? It’s said to be some type of phenomenon that is practiced by some Pentecostal and charismatic churches. It’s where someone or several people are speaking in tongues while in worship service, but in a tongue that’s unknown to the audience. Some may try to […]

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