Renewalists believe that all the gifts of God mentioned in the New Testament are for today. They flow from God and are exercised through the Spirit and grace and a yielded, eager heart when the need arises. Let’s study the ones in Rom. 12:6-8.
Many Renewalists say yes for prophecy. The evidence favors them. Now what about prophets?
Many Renewalists (Pentecostals, Charismatics or Neo-Charismatics) believe they do, but with some important mitigating qualifications.
It is very sad on a human level. But what is the answer biblically? Is there hope?
A small percentage of people are anxious about this, but what does the Bible say? Can people commit even this sin?
What does baptize literally mean? Can infants be baptized, biblically speaking? What about adults being baptized twice? Questions like these are answered point by point.
It is also called the Lord’s Table, Communion, Messianic Passover, and the Eucharist. What does it mean? How should we celebrate it?
Certain Christians downplay Scripture. But it is better to say that this book, full of revelations and wonderful teachings, should occupy the top spot in our gatherings. Here’s why.
How does the Bible describe it? You need to know, so you can fit into God’s plan with other believers.
This post is an old-fashioned Bible study, offering a clear understanding of the church.