What is the traditional Church teaching on Predestination?
According to Paulís teachings in 1 Timothy 2:1-6, does God support the
traditional Church teaching on Predestination? What Does God teach
and support according to Paul in this passage and Ezekiel 33:11, 2 Peter 3:9
and Romans 5:18?
According to Dale Moody, whenever the teachers of predestination have
prevailed in the historical Church, what has always then been the leading
Being that this is true, what was the real reason why the teaching on Predestination
was so popular and emphasized in the history of the Church?
One of the carry-overs of the teaching of Predestination was infant
baptism. Why did they teach and practice this?
Does the Bible support this teaching according to Acts 8:35-37? Under what
conditions does it support a person being baptized in water?
When attempting to interpret a passage of Scripture, what principle of
interpretation first needs to be applied?
When one reads John 6:44 by itself, a main passage Predestinationists use
for their argument, it sounds like Jesus is telling us that only those the
Father chooses to bring to Jesus can be saved. However, when one takes this
passage in the context of John 6:45 as well, what was Jesus really saying to
his target audience, the Jews, and why?
Whether a person knows the Father or not, what did Jesus promise man in
Romans Chapters 9-11 is another section of Scripture that
Predestinationists use to support their argument. They cite passages like
Romans 9:15-16 where Paul records God saying to Moses that He will have
mercy on whom He chooses. In context of Romans 9:6-8, 31-32; and 10:1-4,
were the Jews rejected because God chose those who will be saved and those
who will be dammed? Why were they rejected and how does this relate to Godís
statement that He will have mercy on whom He chooses?
The meaning of the word Predestination in the Greek means literally
to set restrictions beforehand. God wants to adopt us as His sons and
daughters. According to Ephesians 1:5, however, what are the restrictions
that He set up beforehand as to how we could be adopted as His sons and
How do we come to God through Jesus Christ according to Ephesians 1:13-14?
What is true about our coming to Jesus?
How do we cooperate with the Holy Spirit in bringing this work about in