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What Christians Want to Know What Christians Want to Know
by Jack Wellman
2011-04-30 09:06:44
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There is a new website that I have had the great privilege to write for.  This website takes on some of the most difficult issues and theological questions that Christians and non-Christians struggle with.  It is called What Christians Want to Know.  It will deal with some really interesting questions like:

What is the unforgivable sin?
What are the signs of Jesus’ Second Coming?
Does God hear and answer prayers of unbelievers?
Is getting a tattoo okay for a Christian?
Can a Christian commit suicide and still enter into heaven?
Is it okay to be angry with God and still be a Christian?
Does God still heal today?
Why does God allow suffering if He is a good God and all powerful?
Why did God command Israel to sometimes kill all the men, women, children, babies, and even the animals in the Old Testament?
How can God condemn people to hell who have never heard the gospel, i.e, those in the deep jungles?
What prevents a believers prayers from being answered?
Do miracles still happen today?
Is it sinful or lusting when you look at a beautiful woman or a handsome man?
Is it sin for Christians to smoke?
Do Babies go to heaven?
Is gambling a sin?
What is the gift of speaking in tongues?
Are there guardian angels?
What is the best Bible translation?
Is getting a tattoo okay for a Christian?

Some of these articles are already written but in the future, all of these questions will be addressed using God’s Word, the Bible, as the standard.  If you can think of some other questions that are not addressed here, please comment and leave your question and if its in the Bible, it will be answered. If the answer is not in the Bible, I will not even guess since this means its God’s prerogative to know and we have no business knowing or guessing about it.   But sometimes the answer is “I don’t know.”  And I’m okay with that.

http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/


  
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