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Content On: Soteriology (Salvation)


3. How God Saves His People, Part 1 (Exodus 3:1-22)Steven Cole02/19/2018
Q. Have I lost My Salvation?Bob Deffinbaugh02/07/2018
Q. Should a Sinner Leave the Church?Bob Deffinbaugh02/05/2018
2. Reformation Sunday: Why the Five Points Matter (Various Scriptures)Steven Cole11/07/2017
The ReformationSteven Cole10/27/2017
Q. Are there Second Chances After Death?Bob Deffinbaugh10/06/2017
Q. Can I control myself from fear of death and the panic attacks I am experiencing?Bob Deffinbaugh09/22/2017
8. God Is Love (1 John 4:7-21)Jeffrey E. Miller04/27/2017
6. We Should Love One Another (1 John 3:11-24)Jeffrey E. Miller03/30/2017
5. We Are God’s Children (1 John 2:28–3:10)Jeffrey E. Miller03/30/2017
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Question & Answers:

Our pastor recently stopped doing an altar-call / invitation at the end of the services. Is this biblical?
How does the Greek verb in Acts 13:48 either support or refute predestination?
How do we know whether or not we've been chosen?
I’m searching for God, but He seems to be hiding …
What's required for salvation: faith, repentance, baptism, all of the above?
What is the age of accountability in the Bible?
Regarding the perseverance of the saints, how do you harmonize the Holy Spirit in us making sure we persevere with 1 Cor 11 where the Lord caused their death due to sinful ways, but they were not condemned?
Did God send the angel to save Ishmael so that Islam could exist since Moslems believe Ishmael is the father of the Arabs?
Can you explain the nature of Salvation? I have two brothers that asked Jesus to be their personal Lord and Savior many years ago, but they have no desire to follow Christ and say, "I have said my prayer and am covered." My heart aches for them!
As I understand it, Churches of Christ says that there are 5 NT requirements that one must meet in order to be saved: hearing of the word; faith in Christ; repentance; confession of faith; water baptism by immersion. Is this biblical?
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