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Message 9, Questions & Answers with Mohler, Nichols, Parsons, and Thomas:

A questions and answers session with Drs. Albert Mohler, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, and Derek Thomas.

Questions:

  1. God is sovereign in awakening, but shouldn’t we also keep the command to wake up? (00:05)
  2. What should we look for in a church home? Why do some evangelical churches focus on entertainment in worship and preach a watered-down gospel? (1:48)
  3. Do demons still manifest themselves in humans? (2:44)
  4. I am a pastor at a Pentecostal church, but God has awakened our hearts to Reformed theology. Should I leave the church or stay? (5:35)
  5. Why is our salvation based on the blood of Christ? Couldn’t God have redeemed us another way? (7:22)
  6. Does the Holy Spirit baptize believers, or is it Jesus who baptizes us in the Holy Spirit? (10:59)
  7. God forgives our sins when we repent of them. Does that mean we do not have to forgive the person who has sinned against us until they repent? (12:14)
  8. When is it permissible to ask God for a sign, and when is it testing Him? (15:39)
  9. Is there a place for women to guide Bible or book studies outside the pulpit? (19:07)
  10. How do I share the gospel knowing the risk of losing my job? (22:54)
  11. How do we defend the truth on university campuses when the objective of some is to shut down conversation or intimidate opposing views? (25:15)
  12. Can a Christian struggle with homosexuality? (29:40)
  13. How should we counsel people with a loved one who has died and made no indication of faith? (31:18)
  14. What is the difference between the Roman Catholic view of infused grace and the Reformation understanding of imputed grace? (36:11)
  15. How do you know if singleness is God’s will for your life? (38:16)
  16. Do the gifts of signs and miracles have a place in the church today? (41:58)
  17. How does technology affect the way we communicate the gospel? Is it a help or a hindrance to awakening? (44:30)

Note: Answers given reflect the views of the individual speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dr. R.C. Sproul and Ligonier Ministries. Here is our Statement of Faith.

 


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