Episode 238 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer caller questions.
Key questions answered in today’s show:
1. How was Jesus tempted, yet also incapable of sinning?
2. There seems to be Scripture that teaches we can lose our salvation. Can you give me your take on this?
3. Does being spiritually mature mean not sinning or sinning less?
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