It’s Friday! You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers!

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How should we interpret the biblical passages that seem to point to universalism (everyone ultimately being saved)? And is it true that Christian Apologetics depend on rationalism? Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: God is not some impersonal force, matter, or energy. God is the personal creator of the universe and He made us to know Him. Outside of Him there is no true life.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If there is breath and life there is still hope. Don’t write someone else off as hopeless. If God is still giving them life, there’s time for them to repent.



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  3. Dr. Brown,

    My question relates to Ezekiel and the future temple sacrifices and such. I have read the commentary by Ralph Alexander (same volume as your commentary on Jeremiah) and understand his argument that such sacrifices represent a memorial for Israel, much as the Lord’s supper represents a memorial of Jesus (neither memorial in themselves having atoning power), but what about the circumcision and keeping Sabbaths. Ezekiel 44:24 seems to indicate a return to a strict Sabbath keeping system and Ezekiel 44:9 indicates that circumcision comes back. Alexander seems to say that there will exist in the millennium period two systems of commemoration, and that gentile and Jew would both be free to participate in either. But according to Ezekiel 44:9 only those circumcised in BOTH FLESH and heart may approach the new temple. Does this not fly in the face of Paul’s teaching about circumcision? Further, it seems problematic to say that there will be a new covenant that is unlike and replaces the old covenant and yet still practice what has passed away.

    Thanks for your time.

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