Why do tracts seem to overcomplicate the saving message sometimes? Bob and Shawn discuss two more popular tracts and their confusing messages.
Today, on Grace in Focus Radio, Bob and Shawn breakdown a couple of tracts and explain what’s unclear or unscriptural in them. Clear evangelism should be our aim, simply, just as Jesus did.
Many Christians like to use a tract as they evangelize others. But tracts can often be confusing and unclear. Listen to Bob and Shawn’s discussion on one particular tract and the importance of clear, true evangelism.
Is it just fear of hell/wanting to make it to heaven the sole motivation for living the Christian life? In this final Q&A episode, Bob and Shawn discuss the motivation to follow and serve Christ that thankfulness and sanctification produces.
In Matt 12:37, Jesus talks about justification and condemnation by words. What could He mean by this? Bob and Shawn discuss the context of this verse within the passage (vv 33-37) and explain the meaning of justification here. Plus they discuss enduring and reigning as mentioned in 2 Tim 2:12.
Today on Grace in Focus Radio, Bob and Shawn discuss the Scriptural context of Matt 7:15-20 and what fire refers to in v 19. Are you careful to search what the Scriptures say or are you swayed by false teachings?
What does Rom 11:22 mean when it says “otherwise you also will be cut off”? Bob and Shawn discuss what this verse is actually saying compared to what some use as a proof text to deny eternal security.
Why did the church fathers teach that Christians could lose their salvation when they failed to persevere? Is salvation and inheritance the same thing? Bob and Shawn lead an excellent discussion refuting, with Scripture, the argument that by sinning you can lose your salvation.
Bob and Shawn tackle the sometimes controversial topic of tithing? Where in the Bible does it say we must tithe 10%? Plus, is noticia (understanding), assencia (assent), and fiducia (trust) a part of faith?
Today, Bob and Shawn discuss what Contemplative Christianity is. Does it have any Scriptural support? Listen to their excellent discussion on this controversial topic.