Episode 1165 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions.
Questions in this Episode
1. Is God’s Spirit really at work in the Asbury revival?
2. Is it ok for churches to practice open communion?
3. Was Adam’s offspring made in his image or God’s?
4. Is it inappropriate to chant “hell yeah!” in celebration?
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