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
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
Ask three questions and then answer them in reverse order. Question #1: Do you believe the Bible is the Word of God about Himself? Question #2: Should we interpret this ourselves or let the Bible interpret itself? Question #3: What two OT verses inform what’s going on in these texts?
What does Jesus mean when speaking to the Father regarding the “glory I had with you before the world was”?
First, note this is Jesus praying. Scripture demonstrates this in John 17:1, “These words spake Jesus, and lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said, Father, the hour is come; glorify
Joshua 11:23 says, “So Joshua took the whole land, according to all that the LORD said unto Moses…” If this is true, why does Joshua 13:1 say there was land yet to conquer? Is this a historical inaccuracy? Is all the land conquered or not?
The report of Scripture in Joshua
I heard someone at seminary say that we worship the Bible. What do they mean?
I was introduced to this in Systematic Theology class during graduate studies in seminary, too. Our required reading was Paul Tillich’s three-volume Systematic Theology. I was shocked when the claim of idolatry was applied to my
Must one speak with tongues to be saved?
Jesus in John 3 gives an analogy of the new birth through an example of being “born again” stating clearly and without exception that except a person is born again, according to Jesus, “…he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God” (3:5) or
Why does it say in Matt. 1:21 that a son will be born and his name will be Jesus “for he shall save his people from their sins”?
Many Jews who survived the Nazi rule and occupation in Europe between 1939-1945 owed survival to non-Jews. The penalty for helping was often
How would you show people they are not required to keep the OT Sabbath practice today?
Keeping the Saturday Sabbath was a sign of the Mosaic Covenant between God and Jews only (Exodus 31:13-17, Deut. 5:12-15). God says multiple times that Sabbath-keeping is a sign between Him and Israel, and that
How has the idea of social aid so pervasively replaced salvation in some people’s minds today?
There was a cultural revolution in the 19th century with our society turning from God’s revelation to humanism skepticism. In places like France, there was a growing optimism that modern man could transform modern society.
Some people claim that while a woman cutting her hair is a “shame,” Scripture does not call it a “sin.” Could you respond?
Writing under the inspiration of the Spirit, Paul says in 1 Cor. 11:6: “For if the woman be not covered, let her also be shorn: but if it