Quick Challenge Answer: How Can We Trust the Bible If It Was Written By Men?

Put aside Devine inspiration for a moment.  All books are written by humans. Does this mean they are untrustworthy?  No, it doesn’t.  Science books are also written by men.  And while a science book may have an error in it that the original author did not intend, we do not consider the book unreliable because we find a spelling […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: You’re Only a Christian Because You Were Born in America

Quick Challenge Answer: Can Morality be Explained by Human Wellness?

Quick Challenge Answer: What’s Wrong with the Prosperity Gospel?

Quick Challenge Answer: Should Christians Tithe?

Quick Challenge Answer: Are Ghosts Biblical

Quick Challenge Answer: Was the Flood Justified?

One of the most popular objections to God and the Bible is the violence in the Old Testament. However, usually, people focus on the destruction of the Canaanites. Frankly, those stories are tame compared to the Flood. You want to talk about God destroying a civilization? Let’s talk about the time he flooded the world […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: Did Jesus Claim to be God?

If it is such an essential part of Christianity, why didn’t Jesus ever explicitly declare that he was God? It is true that Jesus never said the words “I am God,” but he might as well have. This challenge is pretty easy to resolve if you simply know your Bible.

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Quick Challenge Answer: Is God the Greatest Abortionist?

In America alone, there are almost 3,000 abortions every single day. The numbers are hard to comprehend. However, those numbers are dwarfed by the number of unborn babies that die through natural causes. Is God responsible for those deaths since he could have prevented them?

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Quick Challenge Answer: Do Babies Go to Heaven?

What happens when we die? Christians believe in Heaven and Hell, and where we end up depends on whether or not we believed that Jesus died for our salvation. There is no third option for humans that we are told of. But that begs a follow up question: what happens to those not yet capable […]

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