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June 16, 2021 5:00 am

MS Top 6 #38

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June 16, 2021 5:00 am

Matt gets calls on Biblical Theology. Matt has answers on Biblical Theology. The questions come from people all over the world.  We've compiled the six most memorable of the week. Number 6 to #1! 

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This is the Truth Network. Monday through Friday, Matt takes calls from all around the world on his radio show. We've compiled this week's best, Matt Slick's Top 6.

Number six. I've been struggling with a lot of these churches. There's always something wrong with them. So I've been gaining on trying to stay sick with the Bible. Is it pertinent to go to a church building?

Yes. Do not forsake the gathering together with the body of believers. That's Hebrews 10.25. Now, that doesn't mean that you're super guilty if you're laid up in a hospital and you can't go for months. Or people are on disability and they're homebound. If you're normally able to go to a church, you should.

Number five. You hear tell about when people pass that, oh, they're watching down over their son or their daughter and all that. I tell you what, I actually have studied this a bit and read books called NDEs. You know, 2 Corinthians 12 lends support to it biblically. And there are plenty of documented accounts of people born blind in hospitals who've died on operating tables and have been brought back.

And then they have described what they saw, the people in hallways and things like that. So something's happening. Number four. Leviticus 20.21 says, if there is a man who takes his brother's wife, it is abhorrent. He has uncovered his brother's nakedness. They shall be childless. In Deuteronomy 25.5, when brothers live together and one of them dies and has no son, the wife of the deceased shall not be married outside the family to a strange man. Her husband's brother shall go into her and take her to himself as wife and perform the duty of a husband's brother to her. So two brothers and one brother married a woman and then that brother died, then because there were no children, the surviving brother was to go into marriage and raise up children for the name of the brother. And the children will be considered the brother's descendants. And so this was a custom that was done and that was when it was allowed. Otherwise, just to marry somebody else, the brother's wife wasn't to be allowed.

Number three. Full preterism is not true. Partial preterism is fine.

In fact, I hold to partial preterism. And what that is, for those who don't know, is to say that those events in Matthew 24, Luke 17, that Jesus talked about fleet of the hills and this destruction here and this and that, that they were fulfilled mostly then, but partially then, depending on the view of partial preterism, and also again in the future. Because these people at the time of Nero did flee to the hills. The Christians did flee, just like what Jesus warned them to do, because a persecution did come and the temple of Jerusalem was destroyed. Number two. Oh, so then what you're telling me is that all of the New Testament writers got it wrong.

Okay, that's where I see it now. So what cult do you believe in that you get this false information from? That you don't even understand how to ask the right question about the baptism formula? You don't even understand who Jesus' real name is?

You don't even understand the Greek manuscripts? Have that as a name and you're saying they all got it wrong? Who are you? Who are you? What cult do you belong to? Look, there's another false logic thing you're doing.

It's a false dichotomy. Are you this or that? Okay, so you're not a good... Look, you have called me so many times trying to tell you, you're not a good thinker. You are not a sound logical thinker, and what you do is you apply bad thinking to the Scriptures. You're probably under the influence of a cult.

Number one. The person has accepted Christ as a Christian and has tried reorientation therapy and reorientation ministries, and they still are same-sex attracted. What is the quote-unquote solution for that person? Would it be celibacy or what would the solution for that person be? Celibacy.

That's just how it is. It's a sinful thing just as fornication between heterosexuals is a sinful thing. A man who's very attracted to women and he, for whatever reason, can't find a wife, let's just say.

Well, what does he do? Does he remain celibate? Absolutely. The circumstances and our tendencies don't decide what is morally right. God does that, and He's revealed that out of His character. Homosexuality is a sin as is fornication and adultery. Just because we're born with these tendencies doesn't mean we're okay or natural or good.

So in that situation, a homosexual person would just have to commit to being celibate and continually walk with God as best he could. You guys give up or you're thirsty for more? Always trust a guy named Matt Slick on the radio. We hope you've enjoyed this episode of Matt Slick's Top Six. For more on Matt and his live syndicated call-in radio show, go to TruthNetwork.com. Got a question? Matt Slick has your answer. This is the Truth Network.
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