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John 19:16-20:31 — It is Finished

Jesus finishes his work, being lifted up, and then raised up again. He will ascend to his Father, and it will then be up to the apostles to spread the light to the world.

John 17 — Sanctify Them

Christ prays that his Father would sanctify and glorify his disciples through the word, to the glory of God.

John 16 — That Your Joy May Be Full

Jesus continues to exhort his disciples to believe in him, that they might ask his Father for the Spirit, and might receive it, that their joy might be full.

John 15 — Abide in Me

Jesus encourages his disciples to continue in his word until they receive the Spirit of truth, that they might bring forth much fruit.

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Joel 2 — Signs of the End?

I recently received a question about Joel chapter 2 after a discussion about signs and the end times. Many people have the unscriptural belief that natural events such as eclipses, earthquakes, and hurricanes, somehow act as signs of the end. One of the most popular passages that people might use to support the idea of signs of the end is Joel 2:30-31.…

Genesis 1 — The Theistic Evolution Version

Proponents of theistic evolution often argue that Genesis 1 seems like it is speaking of special creation only because it was written to an ancient audience, that would not have been able to understand evolution. This is false on every level, and I wrote the below to demonstrate that it is certainly possible to accurately convey evolution in language that anyone can…

Why the Death Penalty?

Why did God choose death as the penalty for sin? One Penalty Before we explore that, let’s explore a related question. Why did God choose just one penalty for sin? Couldn’t he have given Adam a more complex law, like the Mosaic law, with different penalties for different sins? Why did God classify all sin equally, and determine only a single penalty?…

The Shroud of Turin

A few nights ago, as I lay in bed trying to fall asleep, I happened to start thinking about the shroud of Turin. Don’t ask me why, it was kind of just a random thing. But I realized something that I hadn’t thought of before: the shroud is an obvious fake. Now, don’t misunderstand, I’ve never thought that it was real. But…

Are gospel rejecters irredeemable after the rapture?

I have received a question from someone regarding the rapture, and I thought that it would be helpful to answer it here. The question is: Once the rapture occurs, does everybody who has heard and rejected the gospel no longer have an opportunity to be saved? I have heard teaching from 2 Thessalonians to the effect that everybody who has rejected the…