Bible Q-n-A episode 269 started a series on difficult passages of Scripture. In that episode, we examined 1 Corinthians 11:2-16. Some of the other passages we'll be looking at will include Heb. 1:14; 6:4-6; 1 Cor. 4:5; Acts 7:59; 19:1-7; and more. What are some "difficult passages" you would like to cover in this series? Let me know in the comments.
In ep. 266 of Bible Q-n-A, I reminded Brent that he still hasn't made any attempt to answer any of the questions I asked him. I also pointed out that he's being dishonest by claiming I never gave an affirmative argument for my view. After watching that, he still hasn't made any attempt at the questions, but he thought it would be a good idea to ask "what sermon?" That was a mistake! LOL
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In response to my request for "difficult passages," a Bible Q-n-A viewer posted the following comment:
"1 Corinthians 11:5, A church of Christ minister is teaching that this scripture teaches women preaching and praying in the Corinth church public assembly. Some people are taking his view and I am having a little trouble except what I know is right. Thanks"
We're going to make a close examination of the context, 1 Corinthians 11:2-16, and then address the comment.
In this episode, I'm asking for your feedback on the lesson "The Injuries of Ignoring Immorality." Also, I'll be starting a new series on "Difficult Passages of Scripture." What are some passages that you would consider for this series? We'll study them together on Bible Q-n-A. Thanks for watching!
There is no question that our culture is experiencing a severe identity crisis. Many have become convinced that there is no absolute truth, even to the point of not being able to know absolutely what gender a person is! This is the logical progression of the post-modern ideology, which is the predominant ideology of our time. The only real solution is a bold return to biblical morality!
While we're waiting for Logos to drop December's free book, you can use this link to get the free Logos 9 Base Package. I'll post the link for this month's free book as soon as it drops. There will be a reading schedule to finish the book this month and we'll review our progress every Thursday on the Norm's Notes Book Club podcast.
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Sacrificing and Exploiting children is nothing new. It has always been the most graphic expression of rebellion against God. Paganism/Leftism same ends, perversion of innocence.
Bible Q-n-A 272: The End of the Law
[00:00:00] Tonight's comment comes from, Space Shuttle, Atlantis on YouTube and Space Shuttle. Atlantis says, "I found this thing about the Greek word, telos, meaning that Jesus Christ is the target of the old law and Torah, rather than the termination of the law saying that the Torah is still in effect and that Jesus makes obeying the Torah possible. These people cite Romans 7:15 and Romans 3:31.”