Sam
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Why must we obey the ten commandments if Jesus died for our sins?
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I think your answer lies in The Threefold Uses of the Law, and more specifically, Romans 7:1,11,24 1 Yet if it had not been for the law, I would not have known sin. I would not have known what it ...

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Can I believe in evolution and still be a Christian?
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I haven't yet seen someone put this issue on the table yet, so if I may: Evolution requires death to iterate through possible species. Death doesn't enter the world until after all the types of ...

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Martin Luther's Sacramentology
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Fascinating question. I would be careful to connect modern Lutheranism with what Martin Luther believed. Martin Luther developed over time. Also, I view this question as Luther's sacramentology, not ...

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Does God change?
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Open Theism says, "yes," as do a few other belief systems I can't recall. I say, "no." If God were to change, then there would be some timeline (not necessarily the one we age through) that He was ...

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According to Two Kingdom theology, could a man hold both secular and spiritual office?
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In the course of listening to White Horse Inn broadcasts I've consistently heard the participants refer back to John Calvin when commenting on Two Kingdom Theology. I think it very useful to look at ...

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What is the nature of eternal security?
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What you are considering in this question is the nature of salvation. Eternal security is an outgrowth of the larger Doctrines of Grace. The subject is huge. In short, though, Eternal Security, as ...

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Is Christianity the sum of the actions and beliefs of its adherents or a set of actions and beliefs defined by the Bible?
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Mike Horton has in the past year (2011) has frequently defined Christianity as God's acting on our lives and integrating us into His story of redemption. I realize this isn't one of the choices you ...

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Does God's omnipresence extend to hell?
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I think the premise is inaccurate. "Present with God" is used in the Bible to mean being in Heaven. This does not mean that those who are not regenerate are not also before God in some capacity. In ...

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