Today, Bob and Shawn tackle the difficult topic of divorce. What does the Bible say about divorce? And when is it acceptable to remarry?
The Gospel of John was written as an evangelistic book as its purpose. The saving message is clearly given throughout the book. But what about the Synoptic Gospels (i.e., Matthew, Mark, & Luke)? Listen to Bob and Shawn as they answer this interesting question.
Is it fair that a Christian who does something terrible is still given eternal life? Is it fair that any of us gain eternal life? Listen to Bob and Shawn discuss this important topic and if King Saul was actually born again.
This week on Grace in Focus Radio we are continuing our Question and Answer series. Today Bob and Shawn answer a question based on the context of 1 Cor 3:10-17. Our works should be those that won’t be “burned by fire”. Do your earthly works have eternal value? Are you a part of a church
Today, Bob and Shawn discuss the Calvinistic belief of the Perseverance of the Saints and how that differs from the Free Grace view of Eternal Security. Listen in as they clear up some confusion that Calvinism inflicts.
What are the essentials and non-essentials of the faith? What does your church believe? Listen in to this excellent discussion with Bob and Shawn on this important subject.
Many denominations out there teach that you can lose your salvation if you keep on sinning. But what do the Scriptures say? Plus, do you need to believe in the Atonement to be saved? Bob and Shawn discuss these questions in today’s episode.
Today on Grace in Focus Radio, Bob and Shawn answer a question about having a false assurance of Eternal Security. Plus, is partnership with Christ and being filled with the Holy Spirit the same thing? Listen in to their interesting discussion on these topics!
What does Matt 7:23 mean? Does this verse clearly discredit works salvation? And, Bob and Shawn discuss whether there will be tears at the Judgment Seat even though Scripture says there will be no tears in Heaven.
Today, Bob and Shawn discuss the idea of antinomianism–the idea that the grace Christians receive allows us to live our lives how we please. Does GES support this idea? Plus, they discuss the meaning of Acts 20:21.