Crosstalk: January 30, 2019

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Guest: Dr. Andy Woods. In this issue of Ask Dr. Woods we ask him these questions: What is the meaning of John Chapter 6:53-58? I know it’s not cannibalism, but I’d like to finally understand the true meaning. Question: What is the sin that leads to death in 1 John 5:16? Question: I appreciated the Worldview Weekend tv broadcast by you and Brannon refuting aspects of the doctrine Lordship Salvation. During that broadcast you said, "We receive 33 position realities at the point of faith alone in Christ alone." Would you please direct me to a link or a book where I would be able to read about this, or if possible, list some of them quickly on the broadcast? Question: Do you think the literal Babylon is Nimrod’s Babylon or Nebuchadnezzar’s Babylon? I heard another ministry recently say that the original Babylon was a city named Eridu in a different location than the current Babylon south of Baghdad. Question: In John 14:12 Jesus says, "Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father." What is the meaning of this verse? Question: Isaiah 52:4 says, “My people went down at the first into Egypt to reside there, then the Assyrian oppressed them without cause.” The Assyrians were not a nation around 1450 BC when the Jewish people were enslaved to the Egyptians. Is there a 800 year gap in the middle of the verse? Question: What is meant by the “book of remembrance” in Malachi 3:16? Topic: We take your calls

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