by on September 2, 2021
Reposted from Bible-Brain Some of the hardest parts of the Bible to deal with are God's seemingly harshest judgements against entire cities, people groups, and, during the flood, even the entire human race save the 8 on the boat. Why were God's judgements so harsh? How can a good God wreak so much destruction upon those who bear His image? ...
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Reposted from Bible-Brain In August 2019, convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein died in prison, with the official narrative being that it was suicide. Because of some very incriminating evidence he could have given against some very powerful people, many people suspect foul play. Though the trend has largely passed, I still see these memes occasionally, though we are half way through 2021. ...
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Reposted from Bible-Brain In my opinion, the penitent thief is the greatest example of salvation. At first, he sinned. We know he sinned, he was human, and of course when we first meet him in scripture, he was being punished for his own sin. Furthermore, it appears that he began by mocking Jesus. Matthew 27:44 tells us the robbers (plural) who were crucified with Him mocked Him, which strongly indicates the penitent thief initially joined in with the mockery. Regardless of whether or not th...
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by on September 2, 2021
Reposted from Bible-Brain Apostates are a very distressing issue for many Christians. How does it reconcile with the doctrine of eternal security? If they can lose their salvation, could I lose mine? And what if they're right? If they could be convinced that Christianity is true, only to later be convinced it isn't, what are the implications for the Christian faith? ...
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