Category Archives: Questions & Objections

Joseph’s father?

Skeptics argue that there is a contradiction regarding who Joseph’s father was. Matt. 1:16 says, “Jacob begot Joseph the husband of Mary,” while this verse says Joseph was the son of Heli. Joseph’s father was Jacob. Luke follows Mary’s genealogy, … Continue reading

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“The God of peace.”

Skeptics claim Exodus 15:3  contradicts numerous others that call God “the God of peace” (e.g., Rom. 15:33). The Bible tells us that God fought many wars for Israel to destroy wicked nations, and that He promises “the peace of God, … Continue reading

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“In the 10th Commandment, why are wives listed with things like houses, oxen, and donkeys, which are property?”

You seem to have Christianity confused with other religions, such as Hinduism, that treat wives as mere property. The Tenth Commandment prohibits coveting (covetousness is an unlawful desire), and lists some of the items we are not to lust after. … Continue reading

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A tribute to the Law of God.

“Some people have their own balances. A great many are making balances to be weighed in. But after all we must be weighed in God’s balances, the balances of the sanctuary. It is a favorite thing with infidels to set … Continue reading

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“What shall I do that I may inherit eternal life?”

Mark 10:17. Here is a potential convert. He runsto Jesus (he is earnest), he kneels down (he is humble), he asks how he can inherit eternal life (what more could we want in a convert?). But notice what Jesus didn’tdo. … Continue reading

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“Since we are not saved by works, why can’t I maintain a relationship with God without witnessing?”

This is an honest question. Here is the problem. We know that we are saved because the fruit of God’s Spirit will begin manifesting through us. God is love; therefore, we should be filled with love if we have been … Continue reading

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Christ can be found now!

“At Dublin a young man found Christ. He went home and lived so godly and so Christlike a life that two of his brothers could not understand what had wrought the change in him. They left Dublin and followed us … Continue reading

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