Category Archives: Questions & Objections

“Did God sanction genocide?”

God instructed Israel to put these people to death (see Deut. 20:16–18). Skeptics often accuse God of sanctioning genocide. However, if God treated any of us according to our sins, we would not only be put to death (see Rom. … Continue reading

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“How do you respond when someone says, ‘Well, no one is perfect’?”

Agree with him. The person is seeking to justify his sinful heart by spreading the blame around all of humanity, and at the same time inferring that the standard God requires is too high. Say, “That’s right; you are not … Continue reading

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“Can sacrifices take away sin?”

To skeptics, Numbers  15:24-28 seem to say that sacrifices can, in at least some cases, take away sin, which contradicts Heb. 10:11: “sacrifices…can never take away sins.” Scripture states that the Old Testament sacrifices could never make the person offering … Continue reading

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“God wants to keep people from knowledge!”

Some skeptics see the word “knowledge” in Gen. 3:5 and conclude that God wants to prohibit man from having knowledge. They claim God likes people to be ignorant and unthinking, but they fail to consider what it is a knowledge … Continue reading

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“Are there multiple “Gods”?

Are there multiple “Gods” as this verse implies, or is there only one as Deut. 6:4 states: “Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one”? There is only one true God, the Creator of heaven and earth. … Continue reading

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How can we know God exists?

There are trillions of reasons to believe in a supernatural, intelligent Creator. From DNA, to the basic atom, to the amazingly designed tiny fleas, to massive elephants, to the sun and its circuit, to the millions of stars and the … Continue reading

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“That’s just your interpretation…”

“The next time someone says, ‘That’s just your interpretation,’ have the person read the verse and ask him how he might interpret it differently. Ask him to give reasons why he would choose one interpretation over another. Ask him if … Continue reading

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