1 Timothy 2:15 is generally regarded as one of the most challenging verses to interpret. The Apostle Paul cannot mean that women may be saved by having children…
Q: The prophet Ezekiel prophesied that there would be a new temple. When will this temple be built (if it will be built at all)?
Back to That’s A Good Question Q: I know that I must prepare for the Lord’s Supper by self-examination (1 Cor 11:27-31), but is there something I need to do after I partake of the Supper to ensure that I truly benefit from it? It seems to me to be unconscionable to leave the Table […]
Q: A few weeks ago, you mentioned that it is not wrong to teach young children simple prayers that they can repeat. But would that not encourage vain repetitions (cf. Mt 6:7) and hypocrisy?
Q: The Bible condemns hypocrisy very strongly. Does this mean that it is better for me not to do anything if I cannot do it with a cheerful heart?
Many speculations have abounded regarding what is the “mark of the beast.” This is particularly fuelled by what appears to many to be a challenge by the Apostle John…
Why did you not use the symbol of the burning bush as done by all Presbyterian churches?…
When talking to an unbeliever about Christ, is it necessary to first prove that God exists?
Back to That’s A Good Question – Bible Interpretation Q: Is it true that the Westminster Assembly did not include proof texts in the first version of the Confession of Faith presented to the English parliament, and only added them when ordered to do so by the parliament? If this is so, would it not […]
When I am praying for something for which I do know not know what God’s will is, such as for a recovery of someone who is very ill, or for the salvation of a loved one, should I always qualify my prayer with “If it be thy will…”?