400 Questions and Answers about the Life and Times of Jesus Christ by Susan Easton BlackIn this engaging volume, renowned gospel scholar and teacher Susan Easton Black explores more than 400 questions many inspired by her own students about the life and times of the Savior. Organized chronologically from the Nativity to the Resurrection, the authors skillful responses lend valuable insight into the childhood and adolescence of Jesus as well as His mortal ministry and atoning sacrifice. Many of these descriptive passages provide key details regarding New Testament geography, politics, and culture that illuminate and enhance the scriptural text, while others address more complex doctrinal topics in a succinct and sensitive manner. Colorfully illustrated with more than 80 images, this book is an ideal companion for students and teachers in a variety of settings, from Seminary to Gospel Doctrine class to personal and family scripture study. The research in this book is backed by extensive documentation, as well as deep and evident love for the subject matter. Dr. Black provides a fascinating view of the historical and religious identity of Jesus Christ through the lens of the restored gospel.
Answers to Some of the Basic Questions Non-Christians Ask
10 Spiritual Questions and Their Answers
Can anyone imagine how it would be like to interact with the Lord, who knows your every thought and word, even before you speak? How do I attempt to clear away the cobwebs of formalism and tradition, to take a fresh look at who Christ is, and what he is saying to me, through my amateur theologizing? I will come very prepared, read religiously and not browse on the dogmas and every theological attribute I could muster. But I would still be so intimidated! Since we are born, why should we die?
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind, and your neighbor as yourself. For more information about subscriptions, click here. People think they know what Christianity is all about. But are their assumptions accurate? Addressing 10 common spiritual questions below, Rick Warren reveals the truth plainly without clouding the issue with religious jargon or rules. You know, this is a difficult stumbling block and question for many people. Look at the logic.
People who really study and understand the Bible tell us that without the freedom to do the wrong things, we would be like robots. While God does have the power to prevent suffering, He has created us with the freedom of choice. We can obey Him and live by faith doing good things, or we can disobey and do evil and thus suffer consequences of our evil actions. And others may suffer from our evil actions as well. Experiencing guilt is like being a live rabbit in the mouth of an enthusiastic dog. It grabs us by the back of the neck and shakes us around. We feel helpless until released from its grip.
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If Jesus appeared to you, and said you could ask him 3 questions and get answers for all of them, what would they be? Just curious. What can I and those around me do to become the best evangelists possible and reach the greatest number of people around the globe with your message? What can I do to please You? Is it ever hard for You to love us? Can I kiss Your hands and feet? Were they believers of you are were they part of the mob screaming for your death?