Questions about good ways to share the gospel with an animist or Buddhist, whether the mark of the beast could be a microchip, and whether a Christian could take the mark unwittingly.
  • What are some good ways to share the gospel with an animist or Buddhist?
  • Do you think the mark of the beast could be a microchip and that a Christian could actually take the mark unwittingly?
Questions about whether it’s possible to go your whole life without sinning, why God put the tree of the knowledge of good and evil in the garden, and how to “take the roof off” the claim that beauty is not objective.
  • Does Romans 9:11 lead to the conclusion that it’s possible to go your whole life without sinning if you try hard enough?
  • Why would God put the tree of the knowledge of good and evil in the garden in the first place?
  • How would you “take the roof off” the claim that beauty is not objective?
Question about whether continuous sins of omission indicate that a person is actually unrepentant and not truly regenerate.
  • Do continuous sins of omission mean you’re actually unrepentant and your heart is not truly regenerate?
Questions about how a soldier in combat can reconcile killing his enemy with God’s command to love our enemies and whether or not it’s okay to pray for angels to be with and protect people.
  • How ought a soldier in combat to conduct himself in order to reconcile the directive to kill his enemy with God’s commandment to love and do good to those who hurt him?
  • What do you think about praying for angels to be with and protect people?
Questions about how Christians should approach the arguments in Richard Dawkins’s book The God Delusion and how to respond to the claims that the New Testament Gospels are flawed and unreliable and that Christianity isn’t based in science.
  • How should Christians approach the arguments in Richard Dawkins’s The God Delusion?
  • How should I respond to the claim that the New Testament Gospels are flawed and unreliable?
  • How should I respond to the objection that Christianity isn’t based in science?
Questions about how to respond to someone who says, “But this is who I am,” and who feels their existence is being invalidated by the Christian view of sexuality and whether Paul was wrong to encourage Christians to remain unmarried because “the time was short.”
  • How would you respond to someone who says, “But this is who I am,” and who feels like you’re invalidating their existence when you explain the Christian view on gender, sexuality and lifestyles?
  • Considering how long it’s been since Paul wrote 1 Corinthians, was he right to say the time was short and to encourage Christians to remain single rather than get married and build Christian families over the centuries?
Questions about whether the heresy of modalism prevents salvation and whether the greetings in the apostles’ letters that don’t reference the Holy Spirit are evidence the early church didn’t teach the Holy Spirit is a person.
  • Is modalism a heresy that prevents followers from being saved, and if so, what is it about it that is spiritually fatal to salvation, and what about those who don’t know it’s a heresy?
  • Do the greetings in the apostles’ letters that don’t include references to the Holy Spirit count against the idea that the early church taught the Holy Spirit is a person?
Questions about using the services of a Christian photographer who took professional photos for a divorce mediator, what is being symbolized by Jesus washing the disciples’ feet in John 13, and whether it’s okay to live with a member of the opposite sex if you’re not sexually active.
  • Should I not use the services of a Christian photographer who took professional photos for a divorce mediator?
  • What is being symbolized by Jesus washing the disciples’ feet in John 13, and what does he mean when he says we should wash one another’s feet?
  • Is it okay to live with a member of the opposite sex if we’re not sexually active?
Questions about whether it’s morally okay to join and pay dues to an organization that supports abortion in order to influence the organization, whether the verse that says people from “every nation” will be in Heaven includes the Canaanites, and how to respond to someone who says sexuality doesn’t need to be understood, just accepted. 
  • Is it morally okay to join and pay dues to an advocacy organization that also supports abortion in order to influence the people and the organization?
  • Does the statement in Revelation 7:9 that says people “from every nation, tribe, people, and language” will be in Heaven include Canaanites, Hittites, Jebusites, etc.?
  • How would you respond to the claim “Sexuality isn’t something we need to understand; sexuality is something we need to accept.”
Questions about whether it’s okay for a Christian in prison to disobey the rules against fighting in order to protect himself, whether Jesus raised himself from the dead or was raised, if manna was really sap from the tamarisk tree, and the possibility of becoming a different kind of “soil” in terms of the parable of the soils.
  • Would it be wrong to tell an incarcerated Christian convert that it’s okay to disobey the prison rules against fighting in order to protect himself?
  • Did Jesus raise himself from the dead, or was he raised from the dead?
  • Was the manna from Heaven a miraculous event, or was it sap from the tamarisk tree?
  • Regarding the parable of the soils, can someone start as one type of soil but become another type later in their life?

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