Bible Q&A: Three Questions About What Happens During Worship in the Lord’s Church

Why no music, why no praising during service, should women wear a cover over our heads when the minister speaks? According to musicians, singing is music.  Thus, there is music during our worship.  As to why there is no music coming from musical instruments, the reason is because the only type of music commanded by… Read More Bible Q&A: Three Questions About What Happens During Worship in the Lord’s Church

Bible Q&A: Since Women Are Not To Exercise Authority Over Men In The Church, Would It Be Wrong For Women To Attend Congregational Meetings?

Since women are not to exercise authority over men in the church, would it be wrong for women to attend congregational meetings in which the business of the church was discussed? It is true that God inspired the apostle to write that Christian women are not to teach or exercise authority over men (1 Tim.… Read More Bible Q&A: Since Women Are Not To Exercise Authority Over Men In The Church, Would It Be Wrong For Women To Attend Congregational Meetings?

Bible Q&A: A Question About Fossils and the Age of the Earth

If the fossils found are billions of years old, and the earth is only millions, where did this come from? The fossils found are not actually billions of years old, and the earth is not actually millions of years old. The earth is actually only about 6,000 years old.  Historically, Jesus was crucified about 2,000… Read More Bible Q&A: A Question About Fossils and the Age of the Earth

Bible Q&A: Two Questions About Jesus, His Apostles, and Baptism

Did Jesus Christ baptize anyone with his own hands?  Also, who baptized the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ? The Bible specifically says that Jesus did not baptize anyone (John 4:2).  As for who baptized the twelve disciples, or apostles (Matt. 10:1-4), we know that Andrew initially had been a disciple of John the Baptist (John… Read More Bible Q&A: Two Questions About Jesus, His Apostles, and Baptism

Bible Q&A: Since Jesus Died For Everyone, Why Did He Say That His Blood Was Shed “For Many”?

Jesus died for all (2 Cor. 5:14-15).  Since that is the case, why did He say that His blood was “shed for many for the remission of sins” (Matt. 26:28)? “All” (2 Cor. 5:14-15) refers to the whole of humanity.  Christ “died for the ungodly” (Rom. 5:6), which would be everyone since “all have sinned… Read More Bible Q&A: Since Jesus Died For Everyone, Why Did He Say That His Blood Was Shed “For Many”?

Bible Q&A: If God Is Never Wrong, Why Did He Tell David That Others Would Surrender Him Even Though That Didn’t Happen?

God clearly said that the men of Keilah would surrender David (1 Samuel 23:12), but then David leaves the city in the next verse.  If God is never wrong, then why did the men of Keilah not surrender David to Saul like God said they would? Let’s examine the context: 1 Samuel 23:7-14 (ESV) 7… Read More Bible Q&A: If God Is Never Wrong, Why Did He Tell David That Others Would Surrender Him Even Though That Didn’t Happen?

Bible Q&A: Does Amos Condemn Instrumental Music in Worship in the Old Testament?

Amos 5:23 says that God will not listen to the melody of the Israelites’ harps, contextually talking about their worship.  Amos 6:5 gives a “Woe” to those “who sing idle songs to the sound of the harp and like David invent for themselves instruments of music.”  We know that the silence of the Scriptures prohibits… Read More Bible Q&A: Does Amos Condemn Instrumental Music in Worship in the Old Testament?