Brannon Howse: August 22, 2018

Question: My church is breaking numerous state law when operating their ministry.  I went to the Pastor and was told that 1. people were being saved through the ministry and 2. I had the wrong spirit. Laws are still being broken.

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Question: My church is breaking numerous state law when operating their ministry.  I went to the Pastor and was told that 1. people were being saved through the ministry and 2. I had the wrong spirit. Laws are still being broken. How do I respect a Pastor who knowingly and repeated breaks the law? Is it wrong for me to turn them in Question: Should Ezekiel’s predictions about a Millennial Temple (Ezek. 40‒48) be understood literally? Question: Is it heretical to argue that Ezekiel’s predicted Millennial Temple, along with its animal sacrifices, will be fully functioning during the Millennial Kingdom? Question: Were the land promises given to Abraham already fulfilled in the days of Joshua or Solomon? Question: Should we reject the idea of a future reign of Christ on earth since Jesus never mentioned this doctrine? Question: Has the Church permanently taken over Israel’s place since she is called “the seed of Abraham” (Gal. 3:29) or the “Israel of God” (Gal. 6:16)? Question: Should the doctrine of the pre-tribulation rapture and premillennialism be rejected as a “Johnny come lately” view in church history? Question: Should God’s Old Testament commitments be understood as allegorical since the New Testament reinterprets the Old Testament?

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