Category Archives: Questions & Objections

“I don’t know why God would do this to me.”

A young lady from Corona, California, was devastated by the tragic death of her boyfriend. The couple had just celebrated the birth of their first child. He had been to a nightclub, and was returning with friends at 2:00 a.m., … Continue reading

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“What is the unpardonable sin?”

It is often maintained that the “unpardonable sin” is when someone “rejects Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.” However, Mark 3:30 defines exactly what the sin is. The scribes said that Jesus did His miracles by an “unclean spirit,” attributing … Continue reading

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“Judge not, and you shall not be judged…”

The world often takes this verse out of context and uses it to accuse Christians of being “judgmental” when they speak of sin. In the context of this verse Jesus is telling His disciples not to judge one another, something … Continue reading

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“But God created the sun 3 days later.”

Before God created the sun to give light to the earth, He provided a light source for the first three days. Where would the original light have come from? The Bible tells us that God is light (1 John 1:5; … Continue reading

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“Did Jesus love Gentiles and Samaritans?”

Skeptics argue that, because Jesus told His disciples not to go to certain groups of people, this proves He didn’t love Gentiles or Samaritans—which contradicts the command to “love your neighbor” (Matt. 22:39). However, the plan of God was to … Continue reading

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“God wants to prohibit man from having 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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“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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