Q. Where can I find the scriptures that refer to the 7 sins that God hates? Continue reading…
Q. Re: Fallen Angels. Who were the Watchers? What/who did they watch? Who assigned them that function? What was their purpose? Continue reading…
Q. In some of your replies you say a person must ask sincerely for salvation. How can people not be sincere when they ask for salvation?
Q. Re: Zombies In The Bible,Follow Up. Could the people in Rev. 9:6 who “will not be able to die to escape from the terrible pain of the scorpion stings they will have received” be suffering from a paralysis caused by the stings? If these people were totally immobilized(but still conscious) where they could not move or even speak then they may seek death and long to die, but will be unable to do anything about it.
Q. Why did God send Jonah to Sheol (hell)? Wasn’t he a godly man and because he disobeyed God he was sent to hell? What will that have to do with my salvation if I disobey God?
Q. Why would God destroy all the nations to where he sent the Jews? It is not the nations fault that the Jews were scattered because they disobeyed God. Why will God destroy those nations?
Q. My question is the word translated nations (h1471) in Isaiah 14:12. Does this refer to human nations only or can it possibly mean some sort of spirits/angels that may have dwelt on earth before Genesis 1:2? I’m not referring to a pre-adamite human race but something other than human. Hopefully this question will make sense to you.
Q. I’m a strong dispensationalist, so I’m always taken by surprise when someone calls it a false teaching. Can you explain why people would feel this way? As I see it, while the label “dispensation” may be more recent, the principle of God having different covenants with different peoples is clearly outlined in the bible. Can you elaborate?
Q. Re: Zombies In The Bible I have a little different take on the subject. The person who asked the question about zombies in the Bible could have been directed to Revelation 9:6 where it clearly states ‘in those days people will seek death, but will not be able to find it; they will long to die, but death will flee from them’. Taken literally, and I see no reason not to, people in total fear and desperation trying to take their own lives will continue walking around with ghastly looking wounds that at any other time in history would have certainly been terminal. Though they will continue in their ability to reason and perhaps function as before they would most assuredly resemble the ‘walking dead’ in all other aspects.
Q. I’ve long read where the re-dedication/dedication of the Temple after it was defiled by Antiochus required eight days. Where does that law come from?