- Jul 20, 2019
A person can't possibly become born again unless a person rejects their old religion/ belief system first.
We want you to "unbelieve" ............. and believe in Jesus Christ and be spiritually free indeed.
What are the merits of being "Born Again"? And what does the phrase even mean to you?
What makes a person who is "Born Again" different from someone who is "Not, Born Again"?
Can a person be "Born Again" and then suddenly not be "Born Again"?
What specifically does the Bible itself actually teach on this?
Do Protestants follow through on how the Bible defines it?
How does the phrase "Born Again" differ from the lingo of deadly cult psychology?
Is the phrase "Born Again" a helpful signifier in religious discourse? or could it be considered unhelpful?
Also, in what way are you "spiritually free" in comparison to me? how do you know that you are? and how would you know if you are more than me? or less than me? What would you describe "Spiritual freedom" as?
Why does this "spiritual freedom" require believing that God incarnated into the body of a man and died in 33AD?
These ARE serious questions.