Ask Me A Question

O. K. guys. It’s about time you asked me some questions. Last week all I got was a question about the author of James. You can ask me absolutely anything you want. Just leave your question in the comment thread of this post or email me from my profile.



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18 responses to “Ask Me A Question

  1. dec

    Question 1:
    Acts 7:51 You stiff-necked people, uncircumcised in heart and ears, you always resist the Holy Spirit. As your fathers did, so do you.

    Can we resist the Holy Spirit?

    Question 2:
    Hebrews 4:9-10 So then, there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God, for whoever has entered God’s rest has also rested from his works as God did from his.

    Is this “rest” entered upon being saved by grace, or is it the heavenly rest that is entered upon Christ’s return? When are we to rest from works?

  2. Ken Fields

    Are Baptism and the Lord’s Supper ordinances or sacraments?

    I’ll be watching as you address this one!!!

    And as long as you’re at it, how about this one: should a someone who hasn’t been Scripturally baptized partake of communion?

  3. Peter D. Nelson

    Jeremy this was sent to me and so I thought I would pass it on to you.

    I am reading 1 Kings in the Holy Bible right now and I was skipping to the end when I found something that confuses me.

    I looked it up in your Bible and it had that first part from Job as something similar. Here is the verse 1Ki 22:22 And the LORD said to him, ‘By what means?’ And he said, ‘I will go out, and will be a lying spirit in the mouth of all his prophets.’ And he said, ‘You are to entice him, and you shall succeed; go out and do so.’

    I just don’t understand why He would have anything to do with something lying.

    I know He doesn’t lie ever not any part of Him. And I know angels wouldn’t lie so I don’t get it.

  4. Jonathan Moorhead

    What are the 5 most influential books in church history?

  5. Jeremy Weaver

    Those are all very good questions. Except for Moorhead’s:-), but then again I asked for absolutely any question. I hope I can be subjective enough to answer it.

  6. Nathan White

    From what I’ve briefly read, it seems as though you reject dispensationalism and yet hold to non-cessationism. I personally see this as very conflicting (though not as conflicting as a non-c dispensational).

    Forgive me if I am wrong in this, but if I’m not, what then would you hold to in regards to Daniel’s 70 weeks? Are they completed (like most A-mill and post-mills affirm), or are there gaps (like dispy’s teach)? If they are completed, then why are you a Non-C given the clear indication of Dan 9:24?

    This one always gets people riled up πŸ™‚


  7. Breuss Wane

    Would you put a bumper sticker on your car or wear a t-shirt that says “Smile, God loves you”?


  8. Jeremy Weaver

    Only if I was absolutely sure that the only people who would see it were the elect.


  9. Jeremy Weaver

    Obviously, to inflict more damage when they crashed.

  10. Andrew and Carolyn

    Ah thanks Jeremy, I always wondered [strokes off list of questions].

    Sorry for deleting my previous question, but I suddenly panicked that it might seem a bit non-pc!!

    Probably needn’t have worried…

  11. Andrew and Carolyn

    OK, here’s another one…how do I pronounce the title of your blog phonetically? I’m perplexed – is it:



    or something else?

  12. Jeremy Weaver

    It’s pronounced ‘doxology’, only with a ‘b’ sound in the middle.

  13. Jeremy Weaver

    Andrew and/or Carolyn,
    Pc, non-pc, it’s all the same around here.

  14. Andrew and Carolyn

    Thanks. That’s another bquestion answered. It really was bperplexing me.

    [A silent ‘b’ eh, who’d have bthought it].

  15. C.T. Lillies

    I’ve just started reading Bondage of the Will and I’m wondering why I keep thinking Erasmus would make a dandy Southern Baptist?

    “…the word of God is not bound.”
    –2 Timothy 2:9

  16. Steve Weaver


    I know the answer to that one:
    Because he would!

  17. Andrew and Carolyn

    My question:
    Where can a good critique of the Seventh Day Adventist movement be found, either online or in print?

    Great site, and thanks for the banter above!

  18. C.T. Lillies

    Because he would!

    So why did we fall for this junk again?

    “…the word of God is not bound.”
    –2 Timothy 2:9

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