In Acts 17:6, the religious leaders of that time accused the apostles of turning the world upside down. What did they mean by that...and what is meant today when the Lord's disciples are accused of the same thing? What does the Bible say?
The Bible clearly states that anyone can understand the truth of God's Word. The question is: do you WANT to understand the truth? A lot of people don't...but, what about you?
Many people do not believe in baptism, and may think they have good reasons. But I do believe in baptism and it's importance as it relates to salvation. Just as in everything, belief in baptism must be based on evidence found in God's Word. So, when we're determining whether or not baptism is essential to our salvation, we need to ask, "What does the Bible say?"
The topic of salvation by faith and works is a subject that’s been discussed by the religious world for many years. The Roman Catholic church teaches salvation by works, while Protestant denominationalism continues to preach salvation without works, or salvation by faith alone. Which is it? Faith or works? By which are we saved? That’s the topic of today’s GOD’S EVERLASTING WORD podcast, with special guest, Jared Knoll.