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Understanding Bible Covenants

by Bryant Evans on July 30, 2010

You must understand covenants in the Bible if you want to understand the Bible. Although God himself never changes (Hebrews 6:17; Hebrews 13:8) he does change the way he deals with man. God does not deal with us today the same as he dealt with Adam and Eve. He did not deal with the Israelites […]

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Is There A Middle Ground Between Heaven and Hell?

by Bryant Evans on July 4, 2010

This is a question  that pops up in some form from time to time. The questioner wants to know what will happen to people who have  never  heard of God, Jesus Christ, the Bible and salvation. I am going to try and offer a reasonable answer to the question. Let me say in the opening […]

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Is There Any Room for Obedience?

by Bryant Evans on February 11, 2010

Is there any room for obedience in salvation? I am trying to answer this question but I find many confusing answers in the protestant world. Some don’t seem to think obedience is important. Some argue that we cannot obey God. Phil Johnson, himself a Calvinist, in arguing against an extreme form of Calvinism says this, […]

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What About the Old Testament?

by Bryant Evans on January 20, 2009

Bible students usually spend much time in the New Testament. Such is reasonable as most students seek to know Jesus Christ. Since most of what we know about Jesus is in the New Testament that is where we spend most of our time. For some, the Old Testament is almost a lost or forgotten tome […]

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Forgiveness of Sins Comes At Baptism – Not Before (Part 2)

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2008

The question of precisely when salvation comes is a tremendously important question. There is much error found in the religious world today on the subject and we are trying to correct those misunderstandings. We have [cref 375 previously discussed] certain comments made by a gentleman who has so far declined to participate in our discussion. […]

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