The Bible says “I'm not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God unto salvation,” Romans 1:16. We welcome you today to our study of the word of God. In today's lesson, we're thinking about Bible questions and answers. We're continuing with our Bible question and answer series.
We welcome you today to our Bible questions and answers series. We have some really good questions that we're going to look to the word of God for answer to. I suspect that maybe even you have thought about some of these questions and are wondering- what does the Bible say on this subject?
We welcome you today to our Bible question and answer series. This is our third installment in this series of Bible questions and answers, and we have some really good questions that we're excited about looking to the word of God for the answer. I bet that you’ve had some of these questions even in your own mind. We're going to let God's word answer these questions.
In Romans 4:3 a great question is asked, “What does the Scripture say?” Welcome to our Bible questions and answers series. This is a second lesson in our Bible questions and answers series, and we're so glad that you've joined us for this exciting study. We've got some really good questions that have been asked by users of our website or those who listen to our program, and we're going to give a Bible answer to those questions today. Some of these questions you've even thought about yourself, and so we hope you'll stay tuned as we're going to look to God's word that has the answer to all questions.
In Jeremiah 37:17 the question was asked, “Is there any word from the Lord?” We welcome you today to our new series of lessons entitled ‘Bible Questions and Answers.’ Occasionally people submit questions for us through our website or email, and we want to answer those questions. Many of these are very good questions, questions that I suspect many of us have wondered about in the past. We hope you'll stay tuned as we're going to look to the Bible for the answer to these wonderful questions today.
The Scripture tells us to “contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). Welcome to our study titled “Answering Denominational Doctrines.” In this series of lessons we are going to note various doctrines that are promoted by denominational teachers and denominations themselves. We are going to look at what they say, and compare it with the Scriptures so that we can help people see the truth of God.
The Scripture says, “But the truth and sell it not” (Prov. 23:23). There is a high premium placed on the truth of God in the Scriptures because of its power to make us free from sin (Jn. 8:32). No matter what the cost is to us, we must make sure that we have the truth, and that we are living by it. In this series of lessons we have been looking at various doctrines of men, and comparing those with the Word of God. Today we are going to look at the errors of the community church movement. Is this movement something that God has authorized? Is it something that glorifies God? What is the community church movement? In a nutshell, the community church movement is not about bringing men up to God’s standards (“If you are raised in Christ, seek those things that are above”; Col. 3:1). Rather, the community church movement is about bringing God down to man’s standard. It is all about popularity, the desires of the populace, and how to make that happen. This movement began with Bill Hybels, who sent out a survey asking, “Why are people in our community not going to church? Why don’t you and your family go to church?” The top four responses he received were as follows:
“And because my word shall hiss forth, many of the Gentiles shall say, ‘A Bible, a Bible! We have got a Bible, and there cannot be any more Bible’ ” (Book of Mormon, 2 Nephi 29:3). The Book of Mormon claims to be a companion of the New Testament. It claims to
teach that which the Bible teaches, and to coincide with the doctrine found in the New Tes- tament. Yet, as the passage I just read suggests, the Book of Mormon often mocks the
Bible, mocks God, and is in direct opposition to the teaching of Christianity.
In this series of lessons, we are examining the doctrines of prominent denominations compared to the Word of God in order to see if they line up. Today we will be looking at Catholic doctrine. Is the Catholic Church the church about which we read in the New Testament? Does the Catholic Church have the right to give or take away salvation? Are the papacy, worship of Mary,
and other things of a similar nature what God wants in the New Testament? Can a person
take the New Testament, and the end result be the Catholic Church? Absolutely not!
Jesus said, “You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (Jn. 8:32). Welcome to our study of Answering Denominational Doctrines. Today we will be examining the doctrines of the Jehovah’s Witnesses religion to see if they are true to the Word of God.