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In Morning Program, Questions Asked on The Narrow Path Radio Program on July 25, 2013 at 10:53 am

Questions asked on The Narrow Path Radio Program hosted by Steve Gregg – 7/25/2013 Morning Show:

  1. Should Christian churches use musical instruments in worship seeing there is nothing in the New Testament advocating the use of such instruments?
  2. Is there a website or anything you could recommend about the early history of the Church, or Eusebius’ writings?
  3. Is there information in Eusebius’ writings that talk about Peter being the first Pope?
  4. In Ezekiel 44:17-18 it says: “And it shall be, whenever they enter the gates of the inner court, that they shall put on linen garments; no wool shall come upon them while they minister within the gates of the inner court or within the house. …they shall not clothe themselves with anything that causes sweat.” Why wouldn’t this command be in the Pentateuch in Deuteronomy or Leviticus since it talks about priestly garments? Is there any discussion anywhere in Bible commentaries that make an analogy of the wool being from lambs and sheep and therefore the lamb of God is Jesus Christ and that would be the reason why? Or is it strictly because there shouldn’t be any sweat?
  5. Are you familiar with what John Darby did when he joined the Brethren Movement, that the group began to be the very thing that it despised, which was not having a one-man-ministry but a plurality of leadership, and Darby sort of took over?  Do you know if Darby did say, when he started to develop his dispensational thinking, that he did confess and say that God gave him “a new revelation”?
  6. Regarding Hebrews 10 regarding a true believer who does not continue in the faith and falls away, when that person dies and is resurrected, is it correct that they will be resurrected as an unbeliever? Why doesn’t universal reconciliation allow for a way for that person to be grafted back in? Would a person reconciled again be part of the New Jerusalem or a part of the nations that are outside of the New Jerusalem?
  7. Caller made the comment that persons, places, things and even situations can be subject to exorcism.

Here is a link to the audio of the show.

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