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Describe the Light Doctrine; use scripture to refute it

Those who lived then and obeyed all they were taught or knew and "walked in the light they had."

John 3:5; Acts 2:38; Hebrews 12:14


Discuss the three destination doctrine explaining from their view the scripture uses to prove it then why this is misreading the Bible. Use scripture to refute it.

2 Peter 3:12-14
Revelation 22:10-12

2 Peter 3:12-14
Their view - Seek to make distinction between the righteous and the holy.
Biblical view - wherein dwelleth refers to the new heavens and the new Earth.

Revelation 22:10-12
Their View - Suggests angel makes distinction between righteous, wicked, and holy.
Biblical View - There aren't 3 or 4 different places in eternity.

Galatians 1:8-9; Matthew 28:19; Luke 24:47; Mark 16:16; John 3:5; Acts 4:12


Explain the two different views of church history and use scripture to explain why one is false.

Restoration view: was lost, then slowly restored to fullness
Remnant view: always been faithful people
Scriptural refutation: Romans 11:22; Luke 12:48


Is the fruit of the spirit just beat christian living?

No it is the covenant life manifested.


What did God do to Israel because they did not produce the right fruit?

He let them be destroyed.


What are the ear marks of the Kingdom?

Lasting sign is the fruit of the Spirit.


Why should we not live according to the flesh?

God tells us flesh will be destroyed, that's why we live outside of the flesh and into a life of fruit.


Why was Jesus manifest in flesh?

To destroy the works of sin in on the law of individuals.


What are the gifts not a sign of and discuss why this surprises us?

Not a sign of spiritual maturity. We think the person must be extra spiritual.


What is the immediate purpose of the supernatural gifts?

To edict or build up the church.


What is the difference. Eternal a word of wisdom and a word of knowledge?

Wisdom - Greek - Sophia, understanding of what is true, right, insight. A word or portion of wisdom

Knowledge - Greek - gnosis, familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through the study of experience. Sum or range has been perceived, discovered or learned. Revelation of information to someone who doesn't know it by natural means.