The church now deals with something new that previous generations have provided no direct applications, which is virtual worship. Guy N. Woods, G.K. Wallace, David Lipscomb, N.B. Hardeman write nothing about virtual worship. The current generation of Christians cannot lean on the scholars of the previous generations to directly answer their questions concerning the soundness…

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“How do we know that we have a soul, can we feel it?” “Is what we feel God’s way of helping us through our own conscience in understanding right and wrong?” Many in the world believe right and wrong to be a matter of feeling, which connects to the conscience. Many paroemias derive from this…

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An insightful question about confession was asked after reading James 5:16, the person asked, “Do we have to confess all our ‘faults’ or just some and which ones do we confess and to whom do we confess?” Not uncommonly, worshipers have seen a penitent individual walk down the aisle to respond to the invitation given…

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Justification and sanctification are often confused as being the same thing. Christians through the years often ask, “What is sanctification? Is it the same as justification?” As always, understanding the words of the Bible remain paramount to a person’s comprehension of God’s message. The words sanctify, sanctification, holy, and holiness all derive and relate to…

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In 1973, a landmark decision was announced by the United States Supreme Court in the court case of Roe vs. Wade. The justices ruled 7 to 2 that a right to privacy under the due process laws of the 14th Amendment extended to a woman’s right to abort her unborn child. The Gallup Poll has…

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On Paul’s third missionary journey, Paul wrote to the church in Corinth during his stay in Ephesus, “Now I beseech you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same…

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Popular Christianity seeks to create the “worship experience” implying that God is the executive producer of the performance, and the preacher, song leaders, and worship leaders are the actors, while the rest of the congregation sits back and enjoys the experience as clients or customers. The “modern” worship focuses on an entertaining experience trying to…

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Why man? The mysteries of human creation and purpose have been answered by insurmountable imaginings of theorists. Despite the vain philosophies and mythologies of man that have polluted the original design of human beings, God communicated the duty and purpose of humanity through the manifestation of His power (Ecc. 12:13;2 Peter 1:3). Every time the…

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Numerous believers who claim to be Christians have deceived themselves through fallacious strongholds, false hopes and unscriptural philosophies where the stubborn may fortify themselves in vain deceit. Ancient Israel fell into the same problem, as the prophet Jeremiah rebuked, “Amend your ways and your doings, and I will cause you [or allow you] to dwell…

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