Were dinosaurs on Noah’s ark? This is a good question. To many the idea is inconceivable because they’ve been taught that dinosaurs existed some 65 million years before mankind came on the scene. Plus, how could you get massive creatures weighing in at over 50 tons each onto the ark? How would human beings survive… Read More Bible Q&A: Were Dinosaurs on the Ark?
What are some ways you could have stayed faithful had you been a Christian during the reign of the Roman emperors? Since they did not have the written Word, I can’t say they could have continued to study God’s promises. How would you answer this question? This is an excellent question. In answering it, the… Read More Bible Q&A: How Could The Early Church Stay Faithful Under The Reigns of Roman Emperors?
What does 1 Corinthians 11:34 mean? I’m talking about “If anyone is hungry, let him eat at home.” Does God want us to never eat in places that aren’t our home, like restaurants or friends’ houses? If so, why? The context of 1 Corinthians 11:34 is about the apostle Paul writing to the church that… Read More Bible Q&A: What Does “If Anyone Is Hungry, Let Him Eat At Home” Mean?
I’ve noticed that a lot of people in church lift their hands up high and close their eyes while singing, praying, and listening to the preacher. Why do they do this? Over the years, from time to time I’ll ask this same question to people whom I’ve observed doing this. Generally, the answer they give… Read More Bible Q&A: A Question About Lifting Holy Hands In Worship
Genesis 2:17 says that God told Adam, “But from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat from it you will surely die.” However, Adam lived long after he and Eve ate of the forbidden fruit. They had Cain and Abel after they… Read More Bible Q&A: Why Didn’t Adam and Eve Die Immediately When They Ate The Forbidden Fruit?
I visited a Church of Christ last week with my friend who attends there. After the service, I told my friend that I thought his pastor had given a good sermon. My friend told me that he wasn’t a pastor, just their preacher. He told me that the Bible doesn’t call preachers pastors. When I… Read More Bible Q&A: Please Explain Why Preachers Are Not Pastors
Saul of Tarsus had a prophetic vision of Ananias restoring his sight before it happened. This vision took place before he was baptized by Ananias. Since the saved were the ones granted prophetic powers, does this not mean that Saul was saved before he was baptized? The Lord had told Ananias that Saul had already… Read More Bible Q&A: Did Saul’s Vision Before His Baptism Show That He Was Saved Already?
Who were the Hellenists in Acts 6:1? Here’s the verse in question: Acts 6:1 (ESV) 1 Now in these days when the disciples were increasing in number, a complaint by the Hellenists arose against the Hebrews because their widows were being neglected in the daily distribution. The word “Hellenists” comes from the Greek term hellenistes,… Read More Bible Q&A: Who Were The Hellenists in Acts 6:1?
I have some thought questions about fellowship in the digital age. We usually see fellowship being withdrawn from only those within a local congregation. But today Christians across the globe can have a close, personal, instant relationship via text, email, phone, social media, etc. In that sense, can fellowship be had between faithful members of… Read More Bible Q&A: A Question About Fellowship in the Digital Age
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