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Topics include relationship with God, peace with God, forgiveness of sins, prayer and backsliding. Former title: Twelve Bible Dialogues. The twelve chapters are now attractively available as separate pamphlets — excellent for wide distribution.

CD #1 Index

Track
Title
Length
1
Preface
0:35
2
Chapter 1 - Faith
What is faith?
Can a man believe of his own accord?
Why is it said that faith is the "gift of God "?
Will believing that I am saved save me?
4:45
3
What must a man believe in order to be saved?
Is faith the only condition of salvation?
How may I know whether my faith is of the right kind or not?
How may one get to have strong faith?
5:19
4
Suppose a man's faith is always weak, will he yet be saved?
Suppose a man tries his best to believe, what more can he do?
Is there not such thing as "believing in vain"?
3:34
5
Must not faith go hand in hand with works?
Do we, when we believe in Christ, exercise faith once for all, or is it a continuous thing?
3:05
6
Chapter 2 - Conversion
Will you please explain what is meant by conversion?
Do those who have been baptized and never committed any gross sin need to be converted?
Can we be converted just when we please?
5:10
7
How long does it take to get converted?
If any converted person falls into sin, does he need to be converted over again?
Is conversion all that is needed to make one a Christian?
5:19
8
What are the marks of a converted person?
Can every converted person tell for certain the exact date of his conversion?
2:58
9
Is conversion always accompanied by deep sorrow for sin?
Why do we see so few conversions nowadays, compared with what we read of in bygone times?
If a man says, "I want to be converted, but i don't know how to go about it," how would you advise him?
Are you converted?
4:05
10
Chapter 3 - Repentance
Suppose a man has not committed any very dreadful sin, is there the same necessity for repentance in his case
We sometimes hear of "deathbed repentance." What is meant by that?
4:37
11
What is the difference between repentance and remorse?
How may one know when one has repented enough?
If God is not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance, why does He allow men to die without repenting?
What would you look for in a man who says that he has repented
5:21
12
If a man says, "I would like to repent, but I feel that my heart is so hard, and I don"t grieve over my sins as much as I should," how would you help him?
When the jailer at Philippi asked, "What must I do to be saved?" why did not Paul and Silas say anything to him about repenting?
If a man dies unrepentant, will there be any chance of his repentance after death?
3:43
13
You say it is the goodness of God that leads men to repentance. But are not men ever induced to repent by fear?
What is meant by the Scripture in 2 Corinthians 7 which says that "godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation"?
2:42
14
Chapter 4 - Justification
What sort of people are they whom God justifies?
What is the difference between justification and forgiveness?
If it is God that justifies, why is it said that we are justified by faith?
5:27
15
We read that Christ "was raised again for our justification." What has the resurrection of Christ to do with our being justified?
In Romans 3:28 it says that " a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law." How do you reconcile that with James 2:24, where we read that "by works a man is justified , and not by faith only"?
We read of being "justified...by His grace" Rom. 3:24), "justified by faith" (Rom. 3:28) and "justified by his blood" (Rom. 5:9). Are we to conclude that a man needs to be justifed three times?
5:47
16
Bildad the Shuhite, another of Job's friends, asked, "How...can man justified with God?" (Job 25:4). How would you answer the question?
Christians are sometimes very inconsistent in their walk. Do such Christians continue to be justified people?
How may anyone know for certain that he is justifed?
How can God, who is too pure to behold iniquity, be righteous in justifying an ungodly sinner?
For how long is a believer justified?
6:31

CD #2 Index

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Title
Length
1
Chapter 5 - Peace With God
We sometimes hear of "true peace" and "false peace." What do these terms mean?
Is it possible to have peace with regard to some things and not others?
3:39
2
Is "peace with God" the same as assurance of salvation?
Why are not all believers in the enjoyment of peace with God?
5:59
3
Is it ever too late for a sinner to begin to make his peace with God?
We read in Psalm 119:165, "Great peace have they which love Thy law." What does that mean?
What does "peace with God" depend on?
What is the difference between "peace with God" and the "peace of God," of which we read in Phillippians 4:7?
What did the Lord Jesus mean by saying that he left His peace with His disciples in John 14:27
6:37
4
Chapter 6 - The Forgiveness of Sins
Must a sinner lay all his sins on Jesus before he can be forgiven?
What must a sinner do to show that he is worthy to be forgiven?
4:43
5
When a sinner trusts in Christ, are all his sins forgiven, or only his past sins?
Is it right for anyone to pray for the forgiveness of his sins?
Do we need to be forgiven more than once?
Will not the fact of God being so ready to forgive encourage carelessness as to sin?
5:23
6
What should Christians do when they sin?
What does our forgiveness, as children of God, depend on?
Is the "cleansing from all unrighteousness" the same as the forgiveness of our sins?
3:38
7
How is this cleansing brought about?
How is it that so many of God's dear people live with out the assurance of their being forgiven forever?
If Jesus died for all and bore the sins of all, must it not follow that all must be forgiven and saved?
3:39
8
Chapter 7 - Sanctification
What is it to be sanctified?
Who are the people who are sanctified?
4:02
9
Are even those believers who are full of imperfections entitled to regard themselves as sanctified?
When is a believer sanctified?
5:40
10
Is there no such thing as a process of sanctification going on from the day to day in the believer's life?
What is it that God uses to promote our practical sanctification?
4:12
11
Why is it necessary for us to be sanctified?
You were speaking about the means God uses for our practical sanctification. Is not affliction one of these?
Is not the hope of the Lord's coming another means of practical sanctification?
Does the word "sanctify" in every case mean "separate"?
2:52
12
Chapter 8 - Fitness For Heaven
In Revelation 21:27 we read that nothing that defiles can enter the holy city. How then can we be made fit to dwell there?
Do taking the sacrament, doing penance and attending strictly to all religious duties help anyone to become fit for heaven?
Is being made fit for heaven the same as having a title to go there?
Suppose it were possibile for a sinner to be taken to heaven in his sins, what would be the result?
5:14
13
Where in the Bible do we read of being made fit for heaven?
Ought we to pray to God to make us fit to be partakers of the heavenly inheritance?
Who are the "us" referred to in that passage?
Are not believers left on earth for the purpose of being made more and more fit for heaven by the grace of God and the influence of the Holy Spirit?
Is there not a place where souls are sent after death to be finally fitted for heaven?
5:01
14
There were some Christians at Corinth who were not going on in the right way, and in consequence many died. What about them?
Is the case of those in Corinthian believers an instance of the "sin unto death" (1 John 5:16)?
Is there any other instance in the Bible illustrating the same principle?
4:11
15
In saying that, are you not setting forth very dangerous doctrine?
Does not the case of the dying thief illustrate how a sinner is made fit for heaven without any works on his part?
Why did Christ institute the sacrament if, as you say, it does not help to make us fit for heaven?
2:38

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Chapter 9 - Backsliding
What is the cause for backsliding?
If one who is truly a child of God backslides, does he need to be saved over again?
5:21
2
Is there not such a thing as being blotted out of the book of life?
Did not the Apostle Paul fear that, after all, he might possibly become a castaway?
Why does God permit His children to backslide?
If a Christian sins, is he in every case to be considered a backslider?
What do you mean by a "backslider in heart"?
5:23
3
How can a backsliding child of God be restored?
When a backslider turns thus to the Lord, is his restoration immediate?
5:10
4
Chapter 10 - The Inspiration of the Bible
What makes the Bible different from every other book?
How can you prove that the Bible is inspired?
How does the divine inspiration of the Bible accord with the fact that its various parts were written by men?
5:32
5
Some people claim to have found contradictions and mistakes in the Bible. What do you say to that?
Are there not many things in the Bible very hard for young Christians to understand?
Is there not a danger of young Christians wrongly interpreting the Bible, and thus doing themselves spiritual damage?
5:45
6
If a young Christian were to say, "I would like to study my Bible, but I don't know how to begin," how would you advise him?
Are there any non-essentials in the Bible?
Would you advise an unconverted man to read the Bible?
Are you in favor of teaching the Bible to children?
4:12
7
Chapter 11 - Prayer
To whom should prayer be addressed?
Has God promised always to give us what we ask for?
4:01
8
What conditions are there that ensure prayer being answered?
Since God knows all our needs, why should we pray to Him about them?
Should we pray for a thing more than once?
5:41
9
Is it desirable to have stated times for a private prayer?
Would you recommend any special form of prayer?
Do you believe in long prayers?
The Lord Jesus was omnipotent and was the Creator of all things. Why, then, was there any need for Him to pray?
4:39
10
Chapter 12 - The Second Coming of the Lord
When you speak of the Lord's coming, do you refer to death?
4:47
11
Does not the Christian often experience the coming of Christ to his heart?
Will the end of the world take place when the Lord comes?
What will happen when Jesus comes?
Will there be no chance of salvation for those who are left behind?
5:04
12
Will you make the distinction clearer between the Lord's coming for His people and His subsequent coming with them?
What will happen between the Lord's coming for His church and his appearing in power?
Can any date be fixed for the coming of the Lord?
Have we anything besides watching to do in view of the Lord's coming?
6:25