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Does Drinking Coffee Reduce The Risk of Alzheimer’s?
January 16, 2009 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

This week I read the following headline:  Drinking coffee reduces risk of Alzheimer’s Does this headline surprise you? Do you believe it?

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Depression: Where Does It Start?
January 10, 2009 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

Where does depression come from- is it spiritual , mental, or emotional? Or a combination of all? How do you know if medication is necessary? And how does demonic oppression play into all of that?

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The Court in Daniel 7: Royal or Judicial?
January 2, 2009 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

I listened to your lesson, 2008_Q4_L13_atonement_and_universal_harmony.mp3 for Saturday, December 27. You quote Daniel 7:10, where your translation reads: Thousands upon thousands attended him; ten thousand times ten thousand stood before him. The court was seated, and the books were opened.

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What Child Is This?
December 26, 2008 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6

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Do Christians “go on sinning”?
December 19, 2008 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

My question has to do with “sinning”.  John says, “No one who lives in Him continues sinning. (active word)  No one who continues (active word) to sin has either seen him or known him.”  Is this saying that because we are in Him, taken the cure etc etc, we do not sin? 

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Was Jesus a Created Being?
December 12, 2008 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

You have inspired me to do more reading and research about the atonement and the way this is discussed [by some who imply] that God is vengeful and wrathful and Christ is the loving and merciful part of the Godhead.

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Assurance of Salvation
December 5, 2008 Bible Answers That Make Sense, Blogs, Life's Tough Questions Tim Jennings, M.D.

My question is about one’s assurance of salvation.  Based on your model of salvation as opposed to the common or traditional view of salvation, as being a legal act, when can one be assured of salvation?

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Response to Quotes in the Book, Confrontation
November 28, 2008 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

I read the book called “Confrontation.” How do you understand the following statement: “The Majesty of heaven, through love and pity for fallen man, proposed to become his substitute and surety. He would bear man’s guilt. He would take the wrath of His Father upon Himself, which otherwise would have fallen upon man because of

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Christ Our Substitute
November 21, 2008 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

Can you address the question of how Jesus became our “substitute” and how you see this?

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Freewill, Foreknowledge, and Open Theism
November 14, 2008 Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

In the aftermath of my blog two weeks ago on the question of open theism I received another request to explore the idea of free will and foreknowledge.

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Love and Boundaries
November 7, 2008 Blogs, Family and Relationship Health, Mental Health and Healing Tim Jennings, M.D.

I have been blessed by your seminar on “Healing the Mind.”  Redefining the definition of unconditional love in light of the law of liberty raises questions in my mind about what our responsibility is to each other.

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Open Theism
November 1, 2008 Bible Answers That Make Sense, Blogs Tim Jennings, M.D.

Is it not true that [you have a link in Come And Reason’s Web Resources to] Greg Boyd is a leading open theist?  He advocates a view that God’s omniscience is seeing all possibilities, not the choices that have not yet been made by human free will.

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