Category Archives: Questions & Objections

Pray a “sinner’s prayer.”

Contrary to Scripture, the modern gospel assures people that if they sincerely pray a “sinner’s prayer,” they should never doubt their salvation. Some go so far as to say that any doubts are from the devil. With eternity at stake, … Continue reading

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“I don’t believe we’ll be judged by the Ten Commandments.”

The Bible makes it clear that there will be a Day of Judgment. The Scriptures warn, “Though they join forces, the wicked will not go unpunished” (Prov. 11:21). However, will the standard of judgment be the Ten Commandments, or something … Continue reading

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Turned off by worship?

“Every glimpse that is given us of heaven and of God’s created beings is always a glimpse of worship and rejoicing and praise because God is who He is… Any man or woman on this earth who is bored and … Continue reading

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How Much Do Lost People Matter?

By Steven D. Mathewson When the religious leaders of Jesus’ day criticized him for hanging out with sinners, Jesus told three stories about lost items: a lost sheep (Luke 15:1–7), a lost coin (Luke 15:8–10), and a lost son (Luke … Continue reading

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“What about vestigial organs?”

Most likely you have heard that “vestigial organs” are proof that we have evolved from more primitive forms. Because these organs supposedly have no purpose, evolutionists assume they have outlived their usefulness and are “leftovers” from our less advanced ancestors. … Continue reading

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“Are the genealogies of Jesus errors in the Bible?”

Some point to the different genealogies of Jesus as “errors” in the Bible. However, Matthew gives the paternal genealogy of the Messiah (through His legal father), and Luke (3:23) gives His maternal genealogy (through His mother). Some skeptics also claim … 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 his … Continue reading

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