Why did God ask Abraham to offer his son?

Why did God ask Abraham to offer his son?

The text gives only one answer: the Lord was testing Abraham (Gen. 22:1). But why was the test necessary? The biblical context—in a sense, the full story of Abraham—is most important for a proper understanding of this story.

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1 Corinthians 14

There are three main interpretations of the manifestation of the gift of tongues in the church at Corinth.

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The gift of tongues in 1 Corinthians 14

There are three main interpretations of the manifestation of the gift of tongues in the church at Corinth.

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Deuteronomy 21:18-21

I found the law concerning the rebellious son (Deut. 21:18-21) to be too severe. Could you comment on it?

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Daniel 12:5-13

Some Adventists are interpreting the time periods mentioned in Daniel 12:5-13 literally, as future events. What is your reaction?

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Premarital Sex

Recently our teenage son asked us about the biblical reasons to refrain from premarital sexual intercourse. Can you help us?

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Teach Now, or Later?

Should we not immediately baptize those who accept Christ as Saviour, and then teach them our doctrines? Was not that the practice in the apostolic church?

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What is the “firmament” in Genesis 1?

What, exactly, is the “firmament” mentioned in Genesis 1?

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Genesis 3:15

Is Genesis 3:15 a promise of Christ's victory over Satan? Recently I heard someone say that it has nothing to do with it.

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Why a Dove?

Why did the Spirit manifest Himself in the form of a dove at Jesus' baptism?

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