Help others with their Bible and Theology questions!
Over the past several months, I have received dozens of Bible and theology questions using the contact form on the right sidebar, and due to time constraints, I have not been able to answer most of them.
So I am going to post them in the forum and let you provide answers to these Bible and theology questions if you want…. go check them out!
Here are a few examples:
Why is God so violent in Numbers 15:32-36? (Go suggest an answer)
Why did Paul re-baptize twelve men in Acts 19? (Go suggest an answer)
Do all Christians speak in tongues? (Go suggest an answer)
Why are there so many different beliefs among churches? (Go suggest an answer)
Is masturbation a sin? (Go suggest an answer … if you dare!)
Notes from Others
There have also been a couple interesting posts from others. Here is something Justin Wiles wrote:
Ever since I have … been able to share my story and struggles with the community the Holy Spirit’s power to fight sin in my life has abounded. It’s still a rough battle but I hold faith that I’m growing more and more.
So feel free to share a daily victory or a struggle so that we can come together in the spirit of truth and love and encourage everyone to keep fighting the good fight!
Have you found this to be true in your own life? Has community (online and in person) been helpful as you learn to follow Jesus and defeat temptation? I have! If you want to weigh in on Justin’s thread, you can do so here.
There have also been several new introductions from new members on the forum. Go and read them here, and introduce yourself as well!
I have no Seminary experience, but I consider myself autodidactic and my thirst for knowledge has lead me all over the gamut of belief systems in Christianity (I ended up a staunch Calvinist until recently). I consider myself in a state of cognitive dissonance, so I’m hoping to learn a lot and I have a plethora of questions.
My profession is evaluating community development programs facilitated by Christian agencies. In more than 25 years of doing evaluations in Africa and Asia I have discovered that strong Christians often do not see the conflicts that there are between science worldview and Christian worldview.
I always find it fascinating to learn more about the people who read this blog, and I love it when you interact with each other as you so often do in the comment sections on the forums. Thank you for making this blog a place where people can gather online and discuss life, Scripture, and theology.
Join the Forum!
If you want to introduce yourself, or ask a Bible or theology question for others to answer, head on over to the forum and get started! See you there!