Author Archives: The Daily Evidence

Soundly saved.

No one can pluck us from the Father’s hand (see John 10:29). This is not the “once saved, always saved” concept that gives assurance to any who merely walk an aisle, raise a hand, or recite a prayer to “ask … Continue reading

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Greatness of God.

The prayer in Isaiah 37:16 is similar to the prayer the disciples prayed when they suffered persecution (see Acts 4:24–31). Begin your prayer by looking to the greatness of God, not the greatness of your problem, and ask that God … Continue reading

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“When Paul spoke in Athens, why did he begin his preaching with creation as opposed to the Law?”

In Acts 17:16 we are told that Paul was grieved because the whole city of Athens was given over to idolatry. So, in vv. 22–28, he tells his hearers that they had other gods before the God of creation. He … Continue reading

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Judges 1:19 vs. Luke 1:37

Some skeptics think that Judges 1:19 contradicts Luke 1:37, “For with God nothing will be impossible.” It was Judah, not God, who could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley. The assumption is that because God was with Judah, … Continue reading

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“Is God guilty of genocide?”

God instructed Israel to put these people to death (see Deut. 20:16–18). Skeptics often accuse God of sanctioning genocide. However, if God treated any of us according to our sins, we would not only be put to death (see Rom. … Continue reading

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“I’ll just pay for my sins when I die.”

It is true that the Bible says, “The wages of sin is death” (Rom. 6:23). Those who say such things are gambling the whole of their eternity on the meaning of one word: “death.” They assume it means the “termination of … Continue reading

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Mormons & genealogies.

Mormons are well-known for their interest in genealogy because they believe it is their responsibility to be baptized on behalf of the dead. They believe those who have died without accepting Mormonism can still make it to heaven if their … Continue reading

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