We are here to discuss them in a civil political debate. I think God would give us an amusing answer too, since He has a great sense of humour, like you. Does true love c+oerce the one loved? She did not force him to eat it. Seems to me that either God's sense of humor is really bad or god chooses to not intervene in the everyday actions of man. He was also in the garden. A universe like ours appears to be better explained without God. So, God, if You could ask me one question, what would it be? I really feel no need to ask anything else of God, since I am still working through all of what he has already revealed to us in his Word.
Why did my grandparents have to die so soon? How can anyone be sure there's life after death? If Jesus really was your Son, how come He got killed? Free will is about choices. That is an obvious statement, but that reality grabbed me again in recent weeks. Matthew 27:46 I used to be a very passionately faithful Christian, and all I was met with was hostility, hate, suffering, depression, and just a bit more hate from those around me, leading to 3x attempted suicide. Because of that, his actions, as well as his reasons for waiting before he acts, may at first seem strange to us. Why don't you just do a miracle? But God opened my eyes - Hallelujah! Oh, Lord, you know I have no friend like you, If Heaven's not my home, then, Lord, what will I do? They describe the natural laws that govern the universe as being fine-tuned, perfectly set so that even the slightest alteration would make life on earth impossible. And it also makes a good starting point or refresher for the Christian wanting to become better equipped in answering some of the most common apologetic questions people ask. Eve had to choose between good and evil.
Why is it that you assume people will believe in you. Day, hour, minute and second please! I sure hope I do find out some of these answers in this life. He can be contacted at s. Leave a comment with your question below! Why do you allow suffering? If that is too colloquial an expression for you try: double standard. How could an all-knowing, all-powerful, completely benevolent God be the creator of this world? If this is your first visit to our political forums, be sure to check out the and.
They perceive that our planet, other planets, and the moon are configured in just the right way to sustain life on earth. Like David asked in the thirteenth Psalm, or Isaiah asked in chapter 6 of the Book of Isaiah. I found this clip so interesting! This World Is Not My Home This world is not my home I'm just a passing thru, My treasures are laid up some where beyond the blue. They're all expecting me and thats one thing I know My Savior pardoned me and now I onward go. If you're really there, God, why on earth don't you prove it? Eve was not a preprogrammed robot. While I still got some good points from it and enjoyed the occasional humorous moments it didn't go as in depth in portions as I would have liked.
Could something similar happen when it comes to understanding God? How could God create genuinely free beings without the risk of them abusing their freedom? It's extremely important to know what you Excellent book to begin study of Apologetics. He sowed doubt in her mind by his lies. At times, the best way to help people to understand your point is to anticipate their questions and answer them. How can I serve you, what should I know? For the past fifteen years, photojournalist Chuck Bigger has traveled the globe with , working to bring to life the stories of thousands of children living in poverty. The chapters seem to fly by, even as the authors work to explain some of the most important basic principles of Christianity. But why would God allow such a world? I pray God answers all your questions 4 Christ88.
Because I have studied the Bible fairly extensively, I really don't have that many questions about things that the Bible gives us answers for, but rather, I have questions about things that the Bible doesn't answer. Whether about you personally or the world in general, what question you would ask Him if you knew He would answer it? And inside this book, they reveal the results: the twelve most frequently asked questions about God. They helped him to weather the emotional turmoil he later experienced when tragedy touched him personally. Thus in the very act of trying to prove that God did not exist -- in other words, that the whole of reality was senseless -- I found I was forced to assume that one part of reality -- namely my idea of justice -- was full of sense. .
Technical works certainly have their place, but this book fills in an under-supplied area. Why do you hate sex? In a recent survey, the main question people wanted God to answer was why he allowed so much suffering and evil in the world. A practical and helpful book. What one question would you just love the answer to? And I cant feel at home in this world anymore. Ofc, because I'm teeny tiny human. How can anyone be sure there's life after death? It is outreach oriented and apologetically engaged without the high technical aspect of some apologetics works. Only God knows the truth.
We put them in our houses because we do not expect evil to happen. So, God, if you could ask me one question, what would it be? Yet he had to pass through this world to get there. I found this book very encouraging and very beneficial in my pursuit of understanding God better. Many believe that the presence of suffering proves that God does not exist. He is the source of all lies.