Category Archives: Questions & Objections

“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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“The Bible says that children were to be stoned to death.”

This refers not to a young child but to a youthwho was a continual drunkard and was persistently rebellious, stubborn, gluttonous, and disobedient (which describes many contemporary teenagers). If a son consistently refused to abide by his parents’ authority, the … Continue reading

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“Can a mortal be more righteous than God?”

Many people think so. There is a generation that is pure in their own eyes. They need the Law to show them that their heart is deceitfully wicked and their sin is exceedingly sinful. See how the Law works: Rom. … Continue reading

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“If we tell people to trust in Jesus to go to heaven and avoid hell, won’t that motive create false converts?”

Think of story Jesus told of the prodigal son (see Luke 15:11–32). The father had great pleasure when the son came into a right relationshipwith him. The son cried, “Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you, and I … Continue reading

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“Are the commandments binding today?”

“Some people seem to think we have got beyond the commandments. What did Christ say? ‘Think not that I am come to destroy the law and the prophets; I am not come to destroy but to fulfill. For verily I … Continue reading

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“Atheists do not claim that nothing created everything.”

Many atheists refuse to admit they believe the entire universe came into being from nothing, because it is a scientific impossibility and they recognize how silly it sounds. If everything didn’t come from nothing, their alternative is to say that … Continue reading

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