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Ask R.C. 2007: Best of Listener Questions

People have real, important, and difficult questions when it comes to theology and the teachings of our faith. In this series of “Ask R.C.,” Dr. R.C. Sproul answers a variety of questions about the Bible, philosophy, the Christian life, and many other important theological issues called in by listeners and supporters of Ligonier Ministries. 

Questions include: 

  • What is your opinion about the age of the earth and its theological significance?
  • Could Revelation 11:18 be interpreted in an ecological context?
  • Can you explain the Catholic doctrine of purgatory?
  • If salvation is based on God’s election, how can there be any guarantee your children will believe (Titus 1:6)?
  • How can God be omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent in his divine nature but not his human nature?
  • In John 4:24, what does it mean to worship God in Spirit and in Truth?
  • Since Satan cannot be omnipresent and omnipotent, who tempts us?
  • What is the Christian response to those political groups who object to the Ten Commandments today?
  • What is the evidence that God has given someone His Holy Spirit?
  • What was the nature of Adam’s will before the Fall?
  • What is the response to Kant’s Critique Pure Reason?
  • What did Christ do during the three days he was in the tomb and before he rose from the dead?
  • How do we respond to Jehovah’s Witnesses claim against Jesus being the ‘Alpha & Omega?’
  • What is the difference between Adam’s state pre-Fall and our state in heaven?
  • Is heaven biblical?
  • Why does the Holy Spirit have the characteristics of a person but has never taken on a human nature?
  • Does Calvinism say that God caused Adam and Eve to sin? Is God the author of sin?
  • Do you believe the church will be raptured in the midst of the tribulation period?
  • What does the phrase “because of the angels” mean in 1 Corinthians 11:3-16?
  • What happened in the temple immediately upon Christ’s death (Matt. 27:50-52)?

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