Tent Making Christianity’s top 5 quick challenge answers of 2020. We have traditionally posted our “Top 5” blog posts and podcasts each year. But this year it occurred to me that we have two other forms of content that are put our weekly. Our “Quick Challenge Answers” and “Quick Challenge Answer Podcasts” are also extremely popular, and make up almost half of our weekly content.
So in light of this, we decided this year to recap our top 5 quick challenge answers, and quick challenge answer podcasts. Today’s post will cover the top 5 written quick challenge responses, and the next post will cover the podcasts. So here are this year’s winners for the most read quick challenge answers of 2020.
Number 5- Do Babies Go To Heaven?
What happens to babies when they die? While the Bible doesn’t directly address this issue, we can draw some conclusions from Scripture and the nature of God. Our fifth most popular quick challenge answer of 2020 deals with this difficult and painful subject.
Number 4- What Is Modalism?
What is modalism? Describing the Trinity can present challenges for well-meaning Christians. We don’t have a good analogy, because God is unique in His nature. This can be difficult to explain to new or non-Christians. In our attempt to make God’s triune nature understandable, Christians often commit the heresy of Modalism. This response helps us understand what Modalism is, and why it is considered heretical.
Number 3- Did Jesus Claim To Be God?
Jesus never claimed to be God. This fallacy is repeated often by believers and non-believers alike. But is it true? Did Jesus ever make a claim about His own divinity? In this quick challenge answer, we look at specific Bible verses where Jesus explicitly makes the claim that He is God.
The only surprise in this response making the list is that it fell short of being the number one quick challenge answer of 2020. Whenever natural disasters strike, or a unbelievable human tragedy occurs, the question inevitably gets asked, “Is this a judgement from God?”. In this response, we look at what a judgement from God actually looks like, and whether or not the Coronavirus could fall into that category.
Should women cover their heads in Church as stated in 1 Corinthians chapter 11? This verse is often used to show Christianity is oppressive to women. But is that really what’s going on here? And if this command was true in Paul’s time, shouldn’t we honor it today? We answer all of these questions in our most popular quick challenge answer of 2020.
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