Sep 24, 2020
Episode 539 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions.
1. I’ve noticed a lot of books in the Bible are named after people who supposedly wrote them even if the books never claims that. The gospels are an example of this. I’m wondering why this wouldn’t affect our trust in Biblical inerrancy?
2. How do we respond to movies that are promoted as Christian and Biblical, but contain things that are obviously not Biblical?
3. In Genesis 11 we are told that God confused the language of the peoples who were trying to build the Tower of Babel up to heaven. Does this mean that cultural and ethnic diversity resulted from God’s curse? What would this mean for heaven when God sets everything right again?
4. Should my vote change depending on what a candidate’s religious beliefs are?
5. I’ve heard a lot about salvation by grace that excludes our good works, but if God didn’t want our good works, why did he give us the law? In Leviticus 18:5 we read, “I am the Lord your God. You shall therefore keep my statutes and my rules; if a person does them, he shall live by them: I am the Lord.” Doesn’t this mean that life comes through fulfilling the law?
The Historical Reliability of the Gospels by Craig Blomberg
Request our latest special offers here or call 1-833-THE-CORE (833-843-2673) to request them by phone.
Want to partner with us in our work here at Core Christianity? Consider becoming a member of the Inner Core.