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  1. Is a sin still a sin if you don’t know it’s a sin? In other words, if you never learned that killing was wrong, is it still a sin to do so?
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  3. What does the Bible mean when it speaks of strong meat?
  4. When Isaiah says we are healed by his stripes is he talking about a physical healing or a spiritual healing?
  5. Was Paul the apostle really converted?
  6. Where in the Bible does it say that Satan targets new Christians?
  7. What’s the meaning of unclean lips? (Isaiah 6:5)
  8. If I believe in the trinity and that Jesus was crucified, buried and rose again is that enough to get into heaven?
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  10. Why does this genealogy give Jabez extra attention? (1 Chronicles 4:9–10)

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Answer by Tim Beeker

Why do so many preachers' kids walk away from the faith?

Because they were never truly "in the faith" to begin with? With this being so, they never left to begin with. There is another question out here that...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why are there so many televangelist scandals?

The term "televangelist" has almost universally negative overtones. Typical responses from people who are asked what they think about televangelists include...

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Answer by Tim Beeker

Why are there so many televangelist scandals?

Because they are so scandalous? (Is. 4:1)

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Answer by Tim Beeker

Why are there so many tragedies among celebrities?

People of all walks of life lack meaning in their lives. People seek after happiness and/or status, only to find that they are both elusive. It is only in...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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If His name was Yeshua/Yehoshua, why do we call Him Jesus?

Some people claim that our Lord should not be referred to as "Jesus." Instead, we should only use the name "Yeshua." Some even go so far as to say that...

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Answer by Tim Beeker

If His name was Yeshua/Yehoshua, why do we call Him Jesus?

The word "Jesus" is simply a fabrication. The Messiah's name is YeHoshua, meaning "Yah is deliverer." Yeshua simply means "deliverance". The Messiah was...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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After His resurrection, why did Jesus tell Mary not to touch Him, but later tell Thomas to touch Him?

Jesus tells Mary, "Touch Me not" (John 20:17, KJV); but then later, speaking to Thomas, He says, "Reach hither thy finger and behold My hands; and reach...

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Answer by Stephanie Brooks

What does the Word mean when it says that God is not a respecter of men?

Acts 8:35. And said, of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons; which is to be understood, not of the substances of men, but of the outward...

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Answer by Catherine Swiney

Why did God tell Jeremiah to tell the king and his queen mother to take a lowly seat?

This verse is proof that Jeremiah's prophecy given in 2 Kings 24:1-12, had come true. The king at this time was Jehoiachin who's father was Nebuchadnezzar,...

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Answer by Scott Wright

What does the Word mean when it says that God is not a respecter of men?

My view is that God is like our "Lady of Justice" that is blind folded and holding scales in many court houses around our country. The blind folded lady...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why is the idea of eternal damnation so repulsive to many people?

In the shifting winds of modern cultures, the idea of everlasting torment and damnation is difficult for many people to grasp. Why is this? The Bible makes...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Why is the idea of eternal damnation so repulsive to many people?

I would personally worry about the person who isn't concerned with the idea of eternal punishment. Even for those of us who should have no fear of it - it's...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why are there so many tragedies among celebrities?

Suicides, drug overdoses (whether by illicit or prescription drugs), divorces, alcoholism, financial disasters - why are celebrity tragedies like these so...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Why are there so many tragedies among celebrities?

There are more tragedies in the inner city every week than among celebrities in a year. The difference is that celebrities are on TV.

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why is leprosy talked about so much in the Bible?

In the Bible, the word leprosy is mentioned upwards of 40 times, depending on the Bible version being used. Leprosy was common in Bible times, and the many...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Why is leprosy talked about so much in the Bible?

Because it was a prevalent disease at the time. We don't see it around much here because of modern medicine. But it was a disease that they could relate to...

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Answer by Anonymous
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What does the Word mean when it says that God is not a respecter of men?

Could it be that He is no respecter of persons, but a respecter of what one offer him? God received Abel offering, but refused or despised Cain,s.

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Does the Bible mention schizophrenia?

Schizophrenia is mentioned nowhere explicitly in the Bible. Schizophrenia is a psychological disorder characterized most commonly by hearing voices and...

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Answer by D W

Why did God tell Jeremiah to tell the king and his queen mother to take a lowly seat?

Jehoiachin, and his mother Nehushta, represented Jerusalem (king & queen mother). Jerusalem was living in general denial of God. God warned them that their...

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