Facebook Bible Critic: “Apparently, there is an all-powerful, all-knowing being who is incapable of preventing His most important message to humanity from getting corrupted by mere humans.” – Jerry Spencer. What Mr. Spencer has failed to understand is ...
It was David and Bathsheba who sinned egregiously, why did their son have to die, since Deuteronomy 24:16 and Ezekiel 18:20 specifically tell us that a son is not to die for the error of his father?
THE BIBLE: ERRORS! CONTRADICTIONS! MISTAKES! Critics claim the Bible is filled with errors, mistakes, and contradictions. Some even speak of thousands of mistakes. Exodus 4:24-26 is simply a Bible Difficulty.
This is in harmony with the apostle Paul’s counsel in I Timothy 5:8 that reads, “But if anyone does not provide for his own, [I.e., relatives] and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.” However, Jesus said exhorted us, “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth.” (Matt. 6:19). Jesus also said, “Give to everyone who asks you.” (Lu 6:30) The problem comes in when we consider what seems to be conflicting counsel. How do we not store up treasures, and give to everyone who asks, and still acquire enough money to leave an inheritance for our children?
A study of many Bible passages shows that while the angels and God are at times distinguished from each other, they are with equal frequency, and in the same passages, merged into each other. How is this to be explained?
Every living human goes back to or has descended from the first human couple, Adam and Eve. So, while we have many races and many nations, they are all descendants of Adam. After Noah and his wife, his sons, and the sons wifes survived a worldwide global flood where the ungodly and the Nephilim had been destroyed, the population of the earth, which includes all races, came from the lineage of Noah’s three sons and their wives.
The historical record reveals that the men, women, children, old and young of the Canaanite cities captured by the Israelites were to be reduced to complete destruction. (Num. 21:1-3, 34, 35; Josh 6:20-21; 8:21-27; 10:26-40; 11:10-14) This has rightly brought about concern from Christians that the Hebrew Old Testament seems to be inundated with a sense of cruelty and senseless slaughter. How would you answer?
"Satan is irrelevant and has been since the resurrection. If I'm tempted, God is tempting me for a reason. ... Didn't Satan first need permission from God to tempt Job? Does he not need the same permission to tempt me? So if I am being tempted I can reasonably draw the conclusion that God allowed that temptation for a reason."
Is This True? ...
2 Kings 2:11
Then they [Elijah and Elisha] were walking, talking as they went. Suddenly a fiery chariot with horses of fire appeared and separated between the two of them. Elijah went up in the windstorm to the heavens
If we are going to rightly answer this Bible difficulty question biblically, we must first lay a foundation, certain Bible facts.