Thank you, as always, for your dedication to some of the deepest study of the Word that I have ever read. It has helped me understand so much that I couldn’t before I found your site and your answers always ring true in my soul so I know they are inspired by the Holy Spirit. I have searched through all the Nephilim questions and could not find the answer I’m looking for this time. Is there any evidence that the human women that bore the Nephilim knew that the beings they were having sexual relations with were fallen angels?
I was just reading Luke 22:69 and wondering how Jesus could be sitting at the right hand of God when he is God. I believe in the trinity so I was thinking that much like a clover leaf that has three heads yet one stalk, if that is the case for the trinity then how is Jesus sitting at the right hand of God? Is this a symbolic thing?
The blessing at meal-time has become a source of derision in our family. The repetitive nature of it makes my skin crawl each time it is said. Also, it is my belief that the head of the household should say the evening meal prayer. But my husband disagrees. He feels everyone should take turns saying it. Now nobody wants to. I wish it was lovely and different each time and that we could include things that are happening in our family and ask for specific blessings, etc. But is that more like a regular prayer and not a meal-time blessing?
Thank you once again for your ministry. It’s fascinating. My question is this. Was the wailing wall a remnant of the temple or of a wall around it? How does that line up with the scriptures (in three gospels) that not one stone would be left on top of another?
I have some confusion about Romans 7:9 where Paul talks about the age of accountability. It would seem to imply that no one died spiritually before the law was given. That would give a free pass to everyone before Moses and maybe those in countries who have never heard what the scriptures say about the Law. Can that be right?
I have a friend who has not gone to church for years. She says she is a Christian but can’t seem to find a church that suits her and does not believe Christians have to go to church anyway. I think if you really are a Christian you will thirst for God’s word and want to go. What do you think?
I have a question about church attendance and being saved. I know that we are only saved by what we believe, but what about someone who does not enjoy going to church? I love Jesus and I love being around other Christians but honestly I find church sort of a drag. It is so ritualistic and I find some of the people there think the building is more important than the relationship. How should I deal with this?