What does James really mean about faith and works? What is the flesh? What does it mean to not make a provision for the flesh? What is the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit? Should I be worried that I committed that sin?
Is Jesus teaching transubstantiation in John 6? If Christians don’t have a sinful nature, then what was Paul warring against in Romans 6 and 7? If I’m a born-again believer, why do I still have sinful desires? Is it actually me wanting to do it? What is the immorality described in Romans 1?
What was the spiritual condition of Adam and Eve before they sinned? Should we admit our weaknesses? Does transparency help with temptation? If not, how can we do better in responding to the pull of sin?
When a believer divorces and remarries, are they living in a state of perpetual sin? How could someone truly be pure enough to be a church leader? What role do politics play in the Christian life? What is antinomianism? Do believers have a sinful nature?
Does Jesus Christ have two natures, and do believers have two natures? How was Jesus able to learn and grow if He was fully God? Can Romans 8:38-39 be applied to salvation? Is God unjust in forgiving us of our sin?
Before we were saved, did we have a sinful nature? Why do we still sin? What is the goal of the Christian life? What should I do when I sin?
Do we have a sinful nature? My daughter claims to be a Christian, but is in a same-sex relationship and wants to come over for the holidays with her partner, what do we do? What are your thoughts on the “victorious life, or deeper life” theology? Do Christians surrender to God?
Are all emotions the same, and are emotions sin? Why should we forgive an unbeliever, if they aren’t forgiven by God? How did the Old Testament believers get the word of God? What are your thoughts on the sinful nature? Do you have to believe in the entire Bible to be a Christian?