Your Toughest Bible Questions Answered! With Allen Parr— The Alisa Childers Podcast #96
Do babies go to heaven when they die? Can a Christian live in sin and still be saved? Does the Bible support slavery? How is the prosperity gospel unbiblical? Allen Parr joins us to answer these questions and more!
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2/15/2021 08:45:43 am
I have a couple of comments about this podcast. There were a couple of points that were made that I believe should be challenged.
2/18/2021 08:49:35 am
As concerning the Word of life, Luke 10 section 25-28 says: On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus. "Teacher," he asked, "what must I do to inherit eternal life?" "What is written in the Law?" he replied. "How do you read it?" He answered: " 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind'; and, 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'" "You have answered correctly," Jesus replied. "Do this and you will live."
2/20/2021 05:21:40 pm
3 John 1:2
4/29/2021 01:47:17 am
I totally agree with above comments, Agar in proverbs prayed God would not make him so rich he would forget God but not so poor he has to steal and commit a sin. America Gospel and lot other ministry are doing a lot damage to Christians preaching accept the fact you may never get healed as Jesus didn't heal everyone or that God does not want you to prosper why because what is the point of bringing people to christ if we are suffering or poor, I'm drawn to Christians who have overcome poverty or health challenges because they walk by faith not facts, God does not promise a easy life but he didn't leave us to be humans just for sake of livibg and making no kingdom impact and do that you need money and you need your health.
5/29/2021 10:52:24 am
I concur with the previous post regarding Isaiah 53. People who discuss this passage and its meaning on physical healing without discussing Matt 8, which says, "He restored health to all who were sick," and "so He fulfilled what was spoken through the prophet Isaiah" are simply not being forthright on the topic. The clashing mindsets of those who believe healing is a covenantal promise, yet it requires faith for its manifestation, and those who choose to see healing primarily as sovereign acts seem to determine the interpretation of Isaiah 53. There is no evidence Jesus denied healing to anyone. The evidence screams from Scripture that Jesus healed ALL He encountered.
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