The Bible warns that “deceiving spirits” and “demons” will be especially active at the end of time. Whenever human beings give these fallen angels permission, demons are happy to control them for their own wicked purposes.
Multitudes of Christians refer to the seventh-day Sabbath as the "Jewish Sabbath," but there is no such expression in the Bible.
God created Lucifer (Ezekiel 28:13, 15), a beautiful, shining angel who was a leader in heaven (Ezekiel 28:14; Psalms 99:1). One day, Lucifer began to think more highly of himself than he should (Ezekiel 28:17), and he began to question God's authority in his life.
Does God expect Christians today to keep His law, or would that be legalism? Are there certain laws that its ok for Christians to break and if so, which ones?
If a person is divorced without Biblical grounds, can they still remarry according to the Bible? What are Biblical grounds for divorce?
Is it ok Biblically for a Christian to celebrate Halloween? Does the Bible have anything to say about this? Also what about Trunk or Treat events?
Is abortion wrong? Is it a sin? If so, is it always a sin? Are there exceptions to this? Does an unborn child or fetus have a soul?
Did Judas have a choice whether or not to betray Jesus or was he 'chosen' or 'predestined' to be lost?
Is it ok to eat unclean foods now like pork, shrimp, catfish and the like?
Is sex before marriage wrong? Does the Bible have anything to say about it?
Didn't Jesus turn water into wine at the wedding feast in Cana? Does that mean that its ok for Christians to drink alcohol?