You can find all of these studies in one place, but these are your 10 favorite studies: Have you ever wondered what kind of person you would be if you lived up to your potential?Have you ever wondered what God had in mind when he made you in the first place?2) This view also seems to first accept uniformitarian geology and then try to harmonize scripture to that. The “literal six-day” or “young earth” view 1) The most normal understanding of the six days of creation are that they were literal 24-hour solar days. He also listened, doubted, saw, desired and then ate. The old nature is not “eradicated” (destroyed) in this life. Sin in our life will interrupt the joy of our relationship with God.2) The cataclysmic global flood of Genesis 6-8 is responsible for the geological record (See Whitcomb, ). Hebrew seems to teach that “soul and spirit” can be “divided.” b. This sin was unique in that they sinned without having a sin nature. The rest of mankind is now sinful by nature and by choice. That is why we continue to commit personal sin (1 John 1:8). Persisting in sin may bring God’s discipline (Hebrew 12:5-11), even sickness and death (1 Corinthians ; James ,20; 1 John ). – The remedy when we sin as a believer is to simply confess our sin (1 John 1:9).Topical studies are great for honing in on what the Bible says about a particular issue.
So it’s not surprising that the rest of the universe has “apparent age.” 4) Our earth could be as “young” as 6,000 years old (4000 B. ” Man is said to be made in the “image of God” (Gen.,27). We reason (intellect), feel (emotion), and choose (will). Although God is spirit and not body (John ), our physical form was designed by God as appropriate means of reflecting Him. The “spirit” seems to be that part of man which relates to God (our spiritual being) and is regenerated, while the “soul” is that which relates to man (our emotional being). In some cases these features are perhaps truly distinguishable (soul and spirit) while other times the features overlap (spirit, heart, conscience). If we still defend the sinful thought or act in any way, we have not confessed. But even if we sin the same way again, the solution is again confession. Definitions: “Imputation” means putting to someone else’s account that which may or may not be his (Robert Lightner, , p.33) The “imputation of Adam’s sin to mankind” means that Adam’s first sin was rightfully charged to the account of every other person.Positionally, all sin is already forgiven, but we claim and experience that forgiveness by confession. The Holy Spirit is then free to “fill us” and change us (Ephesians ; Galatians ,23; Romans – see notes on the “Holy Spirit”).And for Christians, emotions can be troubling, frustrating, and untrustworthy.Some emotions seem deeply spiritual; other emotions seem downright sinful.