Category Archives: Questions & Objections

“Why does the Bible call for the stoning of non-virgins?”

The Law of God did call for the stoning of non-virgin brides, as well as rebellious, drunken youths (see 21:18–21), with the purpose that “all Israel shall hear and fear.” However, there is no recorded incident in Scripture of either … Continue reading

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The best thing you can do for new converts.

“Is it wise to send new converts out into the battlefield before they are grounded in the Word and apologetics?” It is the best thing you can do for them. The woman at the well didn’t go to a seminary … Continue reading

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“How to know the Lord?”

To know the Lord, simply humble yourself, and with a tender conscience look at the Ten Commandments. Have you ever lied, stolen, blasphemed, looked with lust (adultery of the heart), etc. Then judge yourself—are you guilty or innocent? Would you … Continue reading

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“The Bible is filled with violence!”

The Bible is filled with incredible violence—from the first murder, to the drowning of almost the entire human race, to the death of Jezebel (and her aftermath), to the stomach-turning death of Eglon (see Judges 3:21–24) and the hammering of … Continue reading

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“What if someone doesn’t think lust is a violation of the Ten Commandments?”

If a man commits rape and doesn’t consider it a violation of the law, it doesn’t change the fact that it is. Here is proof that lust is a violation of the Ten Commandments: “You have heard that it was … Continue reading

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“The 3rd or the 6th hour?”

Mark tells us that Jesus was crucified at the third hour. But skeptics claim there is a contradiction because John says it was at least three hours later, since at “about the sixth hour” Jesus was still with Pilate before the Jewish … Continue reading

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“Was Hitler a Christian?”

Despite the fact that Adolf Hitler had a Roman Catholic background, he became adamantly anti-Christian and believed in evolution. As other dictators have done, he took over the churches and used their organizational structure to influence the citizens—though the teachings … Continue reading

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