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Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #31-33 Babies and Death?

In this series answering the “Top 50 Questions Christians Can’t Answer“, we have been answering the questions one at a time. Today’s article takes a detour from that approach largely because these three questions are so closely related, they deserve to be answered together. Let’s talk about God and babies. If Babies Go to Heaven when they die, Why not kill them?  ... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #30 Gethsemane?

This is one in a series of 50 articles, each of which address one of the “Top 50 Questions Christians Can’t Answer“. The questions tend to be written in combative form. The answers given in these articles will attempt not to return the combative tone, but to address the underlying objection.     30 – If God and Jesus are the same, having the same mind, knowledge and po... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #29 Miracles?

“Pertness and ignorance may ask a question in three lines, which it will cost learning and ingenuity thirty pages to answer. When this is done, the same question shall be triumphantly asked again the next year, as if nothing had ever been written upon the subject. “ -George Horne R. E. Pucket was a faithful Christian for much of his life. However, as he began to expand his reading and ... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #28 Trusting the Bible?

“Pertness and ignorance may ask a question in three lines, which it will cost learning and ingenuity thirty pages to answer. When this is done, the same question shall be triumphantly asked again the next year, as if nothing had ever been written upon the subject. “ -George Horne This article continues a series examining R.E. Pucket’s article “Top 50 Questions Christians Ca... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #27 Answering Prayers?

Taking another crack at “Top 50 Questions Christians Can’t Answer” , this article series attempts to show that answers can be given to difficult questions in a worldview that explains the origins, purpose and destiny of reality itself. Enjoy today’s question: Source 27 – How can God answer a prayer giving a working-class man in the United States a raise at his place o... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #26 Diseases?

E.Pucket was a faithful Christian for much of his life. However, as he began to expand his reading and investigate arguments against faith, he became convinced that faith was irrational. This impression was strengthened by the fact that Christians with which he interacted largely told him that he should believe for belief’s sake, and that faith trumped rationality. Pucket now spends a signif... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #25 Kill Unbelievers?

Welcome back as we continue to answer “Top 50 Questions Christians Can’t Answer“. The author of this piece has a number of questions which seemed motivated less to learn about Christianity and more to squash it. In these attempts, the author occasionally becomes aggressive, sarcastic or demeaning to the Christian audience.  The questions will be answered in the best possible mann... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #24 Divorce?

The article, “Top 50 Questions Christians Can’t Answer“, is almost ten years old, but the objections to Christianity that it raises are still very current. This series of articles looks at each question individually and discusses it. While the author demands physical and verifiable answers to these questions, most of the questions are of a philosophical or metaphysical nature, an... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #23 Sex?

    There are, according to one article, “50 questions that Christians Can’t Answer.” This article series attempts to address each question in turn. Today’s is about a very sensitive topic. Source   23 – If we are to only have sex for the purpose of pro-creation, and to do so outside of the scope of pro-creation is sinful, then why would God create us with an over abundance of nerve endings ... »

Answering “Questions Christians Can’t Answer” #22 Mythical Creatures?

R.E. Pucket was a faithful Christian for much of his life. However, as he began to expand his reading and investigate arguments against faith, he became convinced that faith was irrational. This impression was strengthened by the fact that Christians with which he interacted largely told him that he should believe for belief’s sake, and that faith trumped rationality.  Pucket now spends a si... »

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