[youtube]NlZ4JKAsD_4[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting Greek Tuesday takes on Matt 18.

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In a video regarding the Theology of the Cross you recommended a book by Gerhard Forde, but cautioned against the blanket acceptance of everything he wrote. What are you thought on Where God meet Man? I am particularly interested in your thoughts regarding his statements dealing with the substationary atonement. Thank you for your time. […]

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A friend of mine has 2 houses, one she lives in and the other she is trying to sell. She thinks that since she and her husband had peace about buying their new house, sought God’s will and counsel of friends they should have been able to sell their old house. They didn’t. Not for […]

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I have a friend who raised Roman Catholic but was turned away from the church because she was married in a civil ceremony. She is living in sin with her husband, according to the priest. As her friend I want to encourage her to not give up on her relationship with Christ. What is the […]

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[youtube]b6-EkTOY8iY[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting AskdaPastor2.0 takes on a question about the Seventh Day Adventist teaching on the Sabbath. An excerpt from the LCMS document, “The End Times,” available for free here and here. Excursus on Seventh-Day Adventism Central to Adventist eschatology is Christ’s second advent. According to Adventist teaching, Christ entered into the holy place of […]

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Hello WE Team! A while back you answered a question regarding liturgical dance and I found the answer very satisfying. I’m a professional modern dancer and it began a new series of questions for me. Is there scriptural support for artistic vocations such as dance? Also, in modern dance circles, dance and movement are communicative […]

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What would you say to someone who maintains no true bodily presence in the Lord’s Supper because of Paul’s admonition in Acts 15:29 that we abstain from blood? Also, could you give some verses in which we are shown that the Word has power to fulfill the promises of God? I have a friend who […]

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Christians often say God will forgive and take sin lightly, but God does not always forgive in the Bible. How do we know whether God will treat us like David or Saul–like Ahab or Achan? Were Saul and Achan elected to damnation after all? R R – Your first sentence is really interesting, but shows […]

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What is the Lutheran thought about demons and are there exercisms? Thank you God bless -M Dear P, This is an important question that too often has gone either unaddressed by modern churches, or hyperized without clear reliance on the Word of Scripture. But rather than reinvent the wheel, we thought we’d point you to […]

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In our day the common practice in North America at least is not to Baptize children, kind of the reverse of the scenario laid out in the Large Catechism article 4 paragraph 50. Is a youth brought up in a Baptist tradition who genuinely trusts in Christ for his or her salvation, but has been […]

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