This episode of the One Verse Podcast provides a summary of what we have seen from Genesis 3. There is still some new stuff in this episode, so if you have listened to all the previous episodes on Genesis 3, you will still want to listen to this one. But if you are just joining us on the One Verse Podcast and have missed most of the previous episodes, this one will get you up to speed. Of course, since what I share today might be a bit challenging, you might also want to go back and listen to some of the episodes from Genesis 3 to get a further explanation and understanding of what we discuss today.
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What is love? Before you answer too quickly, realize that while Scripture does not support the idea that love is just a feeling, Scripture also may not support the idea that love consists of loving actions (with or without the feeling). So let me know! What is Love?
What do you think about death? Maybe, if you are like most people, you try not to think about it. But if and when you are faced with the issue of death, what are your thoughts about it? In this episode of the One Verse Podcast as we look at Genesis 3:22-24, I am going to invite you to start thinking about death differently than the way most people think about it.
A blog reader sent in a question about anointing with oil for healing. I thought that maybe this is a question other blog readers have, and so decided to post my answer here. Do you anoint with oil for healing? What does James 5:14 actually mean?
When did the first sacrifice in Scripture take place? Lots of people think it happened in Genesis 3:20-21 when God gave tunics of skin to Adam and Eve before He kicked them out of the Garden of Eden. But this is not the first sacrifice in the Bible.
I have recently interacted with two different authors, and I was struck by the radical difference between how the two authors approached me to help them with their book. Here is a short story about what happened.