August 5, 2019
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September 1, 2015
In the July 2015 Wake Up Report, we examined a textual conflict in Philippians 1:20-26. This month, we will consider another textual conflict – Eternally Burning Hell. Perhaps the most difficult textual conflict in Scripture concerns God’s punishment of the wicked. Millions of Christians assume the wicked will languish with the devil in hell forever.
July 7, 2015
Bible students occasionally are troubled by Bible passages that seem to be in conflict with other verses. I believe this “textual conflict” in the Bible is deliberate, beneficial, and purposefully frustrating. God uses these conflicts to motivate sincere Bible students to keep studying so they obtain a deeper understanding of His Word. Since God speaks
December 7, 2007
" Dear Larry Wilson: I came across your website a few weeks ago and I have enjoyed many of your Bible studies. You have cleared up some questions that I have had for a long time, but some of your teachings frustrate me because they are in obvious error. I don't understand how a Bible