Is there an Islamic invasion of Israel in the near future? Is this the Gog-Magog War spoken of in Ezekiel 38-39? Find out by reading Andy’s newly released book, available through our ministry or online at amazon.
Have you ever wondered how to vote as an American citizen? Dr. Andy Woods discusses 3 biblical categories to ask of a candidate before supporting them for public office. Recorded February, 2016 at the Midwest Prophecy Conference in Lafayette, IN. Andy is a professor of Bible and Theology at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston, Texas, USA. He also the Senior pastor of Sugar Land Bible Church. For more videos visit http://bestmin.org/biblestudyvideos/
The warning in Hebrews 6:4-6 is an extremely controversial topic. There are 3 different theological interpretations: 1) Arminian view: a Christian can lose his salvation; 2) Reformed/Calvinist view: believers are eternally secure so it is a warning to unbelievers in the church audience; or 3) Hypothetical: it is only an idle threat.
Andy discusses a fourth view that could be the key to solving the problems of the other views by looking at the passage’s references to Kadesh Barnea. Kadesh Barnea refers to the generation of Old Testament Hebrews who came out of Egypt (the Exodus) to a place called, Kadesh Barnea. There, all but Joshua and Caleb lost the blessing of being able to enter into the Promised Land because of their lack of faith. Therefore, the author of Hebrews 6:4-6 is not threatening his audience with hell, but a loss of blessing, and maturity in Christ. Andy and also covers the problems of the other views taken by different theologians on this controversial passage. Andy is a professor of Bible and Theology at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston, Texas, USA. He also the Senior Pastor of Sugar Land Bible Church. For more videos visit http://bestmin.org/biblestudyvideos/
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More reasons why Post-tribulationism errs in superficially connecting Paul’s depiction of the rapture (1 Thess. 4:13-18; 1 Cor. 15:50-58) with the first resurrection in Revelation 20:4-6. Continue reading A CRITIQUE OF THE POST-TRIB RAPTURE PART 23
Mid-tribulationism errs in failing to consider that the wrath of God begins early on in the Tribulation period, that Revelation 11:12 is only describing the rapture of the two Tribulation witnesses rather than the church’s rapture, and the last trumpet of 1 Corinthians 15:52 is different from the seventh trumpet of Revelation 11:15….