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Matthew documented the very words of Christ (Matthew 28:19) and…

Matthew documented the very words of Christ (Matthew 28:19) and…

Matthew documented the very words of Christ (Matthew 28:19) and stood behind Peter as he preached at Pentecost (see Acts 2:14). The question, “Men and brethren, what shall we do?” was directed to all the Apostles (see Acts 2:37). If Peter had given an incorrect answer to the crowd regarding the baptismal formula (Acts 2:38), Matthew would have corrected Peter on the spot! Note that the Apostles’ united response to the convicted crowd on the […]

Is one way to argue for God’s existence better than…

Is one way to argue for God’s existence better than another? Should evidential and presuppositional case makers be divided based on their approach? BTW, after watching today’s video you can vote for your preferred form of apologetics engagement in this poll: [https://www.youtube.com/post/UgyvX5Kd23s0THC8Jlp4AaABCQ?fbclid=IwAR31CTEzQFVJPeinVaLljHjvSsIqj0PbndXdPACeB9n69m6DyvWh9i8iwKM](https://www.youtube.com/post/UgyvX5Kd23s0THC8Jlp4AaABCQ?fbclid=IwAR31CTEzQFVJPeinVaLljHjvSsIqj0PbndXdPACeB9n69m6DyvWh9i8iwKM) Is one way to argue for God’s existence better than another? Should evidential and presuppositional case makers be divided based on their approach?

to leave remaining;, pass. to remain, survive, 1 Thess. 4:15, 17*

WHY THE RAPTURE IN 1 THESSALONIANS 4:15-17 IS NOT PRETRIBULATIONAL Paul’s message to the saints in Thessalonica on the advent of Christ is in two parts: First and Second Thessalonians. In Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians, he mentions those “who are still ALIVE, who are LEFT until the coming of the Lord” who “will be caught up together” with the dead in Christ in the Rapture (1 Th 4:15-17). So the saints who are […]

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