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Scriptural Apologetics

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Questions Covered:

  • 12:13 - Can you explain where the sacrament of confession is in the bible?
  • 17:56 - How can the prodigal son be simultaneously saved and not yet given his inheritance, which is salvation?
  • 20:45 - How do I explain holy water to a protestant, specifically from the bible?
  • 24:11 - Follow up on confession: My protestants respond that Jesus said to confess to one another not a priest. My response to this is Jesus’ intentionality. What are your thoughts on this?
  • 32:30 - If God is immutable then how does that reconcile with the bible describing wrath and anger in God?
  • 38:33 - How do you refute Sola Fide from a Catholic perspective?
  • 46:24 - Does God stop the devil from confessing his sins? The Bible said he was created before Adam and Eve and was the smartest creation. Why spend all this time without confessing?
  • 52:39 - In scripture Jesus says the thief would be in paradise on that day but the Creed says Jesus descended into hell for three days. How do we reconcile this?
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