How can I show someone that Calvinism isn't in the Scripture? (Part 2)
This is part two of a three-part article. The basic answer has been as follows: we simply need to prayerfully show the basic tenants of Calvinistic teaching is not biblical. Then our choice becomes, simply, do we
Could you help me explain John 2:16 from the view of oneness?
Bobby J. Killmon
Jn. 2:16 says, “And said unto them that sold doves, Take these things hence; make not my Father's house an house of merchandise.” The distinction here is not about persons of a trinity. Nowhere in the context
"Dealing with plural pronouns"
We will continue to look at this passage from last time. So, how do we interpret Gen. 1:26? While the context of the passage is clear, we can also look at Scripture as a whole. That means opening our interpretation to the other 3 "us" passages used
Leadership matters. The “great man theory”, fallen out of vogue today, shows that individuals have so impacted moments in the movement of history that they’ve shaped the world in profound ways both positive and negative. The concept is some people, in official positions or not, had incredible influence due to
Do we always need to understand a command to really benefit or truly obey it? How does faith in our actions determine obedience in areas such as applying holiness?
First, the Bible is clear that with “all thy getting, get understanding.” That means that we should seek knowledge of God’s ways
What type of Church government should be practiced in Church work? Bobby Killmon
The apostolic pattern in Scripture shows that the local Church is the authority of the following things: The local Church elected their own Elder or Pastor, as well as Deacons (Acts 6:2-4; 11:22, 14:23, 2 Cor. 8:19). The
How do we begin to address the complex issues around sexuality with our children today?
Can we embrace forms of sexuality outside of God’s prescriptions in Scripture without consequences? Well of course not. Why? Sin is not good. Sin alienates us from God. But it doesn't stop their. It also alienates
Why do you insist that being filled with the Spirit includes speaking in tongues every time when Acts 8 shows believers did not speak in tongues EVERY time?
Well, first remember the book of Acts is a whole. M\So, must an author of the same book mention the same thing
I know the Apostles believed in one God, and that Jesus was that one God manifest in the flesh. So why do they use phrases like Son of God?
I have often heard this question from “seasoned saints” or even young ministers who are a bit perplexed with what to
Num. 5:11-31 is referring to “the jealousy offering” which deals with a wife being accused of infidelity without proof. This test was a way for accusations of sin to be verified. This has nothing to do with abortion because pregnancy is nowhere mentioned in the text. The passage does not
In college, a professor said that archeology has not found any trace at all of groups of people in Judea and Jerusalem during the 10th century BC, when King David and King Solomon are supposed to be there. My professor asked, “How can any Christian take the OT as serious
Wow. This is not an easy question. Let me illustrate the complexities with a real life example. In my third year at Seminary, during a conversation with two other apostolic students, I saw first hand the potent impact of the praise of people in higher academics. Two other Apostolic ministers