Sunday PM Q&A Series
 
 
 
Week 1:  
 
What does the Bible mean when it speaks of those who “say they are jews and are not but are of the Synagogue of Satan” in Rev. 2-3?
 
What is the difference between the Great White Throne Judgment and the Judgment Seat of Christ?
 
 Week 2:
 
What is Dispensationalism and what is. Covenant Theology?
 
Week 3:
 
 
During the Exodus, The Bible says many times that God hardened Pharaoh’s heart, my question is why did God do that? And does that mean that Pharaoh didn’t have a choice about his decision to not let the Israelites go?
 
In Rev. 21, and Dan 12 there is a river mentioned, it’s clear (to me and those who brought it to my attention) that these are two accounts of the same event; what is the significance of this though? How can we apply this to our lives?
 
Week 4:
 
What defines a miracle? Is it necessarily supernatural or can it be a natural occurrence?
 
Week 5:
 
What was Bathsheba’s part in the sin with David? Did She want to sin or was she forced? If she did sin, do you think she ever repented?
 
Is the U.S. the new Babylon in the book of Revelation?
 
 
Week 6:
 
What role does the timing of the formation of the church play in the doctrine of local vs. universal church? Is it possible for someone to believe that the church was established on the day of Pentecost and still believe the church is local, visible body? Also, what is meant by Spirit baptism?
 
Week 7:
 
What is the baptism of fire referenced in Matthew 3:11? Does it have connection to the Judgment Seat of Christ where our works will be judged by fire (I Cor.3:13)?
 
Could you explain the correlation between Matthew 5:13 / Mark 9:49-50 / Leviticus 2:13? What is the significance of using salt in their sacrifices and how does that apply to our calling as Christians to be the salt of the earth?