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  • Sean McRae

    I would like Frank to write about how government social programs have impacted how a Christian ministers in an affluent society. Thank you.

  • Daniel

    Implications of the resurrection for today. The importance of our understanding of incarnation….especially when it comes to mission.

    Engaging John Walton and claims of Genesis (specifically Gen. 1 & 2).

  • Roberta13

    As I read your blog and continue through your book, “Jesus, A Theography,” I appreciate more and more the insight you have into various theological views. In light of your Arminian/Calvin comments, I would appreciate it very much if you would address the specific topic of “election” and how you have arrived at the beliefs you hold on that topic. I believe that we have the free will to accept or reject the gospel. Many of my friends believe we are chosen; yet, they argue that God does not send anyone to hell. I can’t understand that logic, but if it is valid, I want to understand in a deep, meaningful way. “Grace” would take on an entirely different meaning, and God would have an entirely different personality in my mind, if the latter were, indeed, true. Thank you.

  • joe smith

    Our own free will vs God’s sovereignty, zeroing in on man’s dealing with temptation and sin, and the unfolding of God’s promises in this battle.

  • Andrew

    A review of your stance on organized churches. Has it changed at all? How should they conduct things?

  • Jim Snyder

    Please take some time to write about the problems in Corinth that Paul addressed in his letters. I would like some help in knowing how to apply his wisdom from above to current church situations.

  • Greg Carlet

    Good Friday morning to you Frank. I would like to see your review of the new ESV Transformation Bible. :-)