Are You Ready to Go Deeper?
- Reading Books and Listening to Talks is Not Enough
- Not All Apologetics Methods Are Created Equally
- A Degree is More Than a Piece of Paper
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The epistles in large part are an exposition of the teachings of Jesus.
All of Paul’s epistles were written after 60 AD.
1 & 2 Timothy, Titus and Philemon make up the pastoral epistles.
Most of Christianity’s major doctrinal themes are addressed in Romans.
In Romans 12 Paul beseeches his readers to renew their minds so that they are not conformed to the world.
In Romans 13 Paul lays out the definitive case for church/state separation.
Speaking in tongues is the sole indicator of being filled with the Holy Spirit.
Ephesians 5 starts the application section of the epistle which discusses among other things the fruit of the Spirit, marriage, parenting, and the armor of God.
As implied in Philippians, Jesus is one person with two natures: human and divine.
According to Paul in 1 Timothy 2, God does NOT desire all men to be saved.