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  1. Why ask a blessing from someone who had just hurt you? (Genesis 32:26)
  2. Was Jesus despised by men or respected by them?
  3. Why was the temple decorated so ornately (2 Chronicles 3:1-5:1)?
  4. How does an honest answer resemble a kiss on the lips? (Proverbs 24:26)
  5. Why call wicked Babylon a Virgin Daughter? (Isaiah 47:1)
  6. Who was Molek? (Isaiah 57:9)
  7. Why would anyone want to sacrifice their children? (2 Chronicles 28:3)
  8. What does it mean in Proverbs 18:16 that your gift will make room for you?
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  10. What are the benefits of "drinking water from your own well?" (Proverbs 5:19ff)

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Answer by Daniel Adeyelu

Why was Saul's action in killing the Gibeonites so serious for Israel?

God was trying to drum it into the ears of the Israelites that they needed to be credible people. that they should always honour thier words. The vow made by...

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Answer by Vincent Mercado , Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3

What archeological evidence has there been for the historicity of the Bible?

A LOT actually - so much that it has its own discipline called Biblical archaeology. Biblical archaeology involves the recovery and scientific investigation...

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Answer by D W

What is the day of Pentecost?

In the Acts of the Apostles the writer, Luke, is addressing Jews and Jewish proselytes, not Gentiles. Those Jews who had returned to Jerusalem constituted 18...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why did Jesus tell people to 'go and sin no more' if sinlessness is impossible?

There are two instances in the New Testament when Jesus told someone to "sin no more," and they were each under very different circumstances. The first is...

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Answer by D W

Why did Jesus tell people to 'go and sin no more' if sinlessness is impossible?

Every authentically born-again Believer in Jesus as Savior has been forgiven of every sin, past, present and future. We are sinless in the eyes of God. When...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why do the four Gospels seem to present a different message of salvation than the rest of the New Testament?

We must keep in mind that the Bible is intended to be taken as a whole. The books preceding the Four Gospels are anticipatory, and the books which follow are...

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Answer by D W

Why do the four Gospels seem to present a different message of salvation than the rest of the New Testament?

Matthew was written entirely to Jews. Mark was written entirely to Romans in Rome. Luke was written entirely to Greeks and Hellenistic Jews. Matthew tells us...

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Answer by Cherie Mitchell

What is the day of Pentecost?

Pentecost is known as Shavuot (one of the feast days of the Lord) in the Hebrew. It was on this day that Moses brought down the tablets from the Mt. Sinai...

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Answer by JOHN PERRY , 15 year missionary taught Apologetics college level

Why do people still die of starvation when Jesus says God will provide food and clothing etc?

GOD provides but He also says ask,seek,knock, I think pride gets in the way for people needing help. Just go out out and watch the birds look for food Gods=...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is the day of Pentecost?

Pentecost is significant in both the Old and New Testaments. "Pentecost" is actually the Greek name for a festival known in the Old Testament as the Feast of...

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Answer by Cherie Mitchell

Why do people still die of starvation when Jesus says God will provide food and clothing etc?

Unfortunately, it has to do with the fallen nature of man. As John Milton put it: Paradise Lost. Man gave into temptation and then, to sin. Man, when in his...

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Answer by Don Watson

What archeological evidence has there been for the historicity of the Bible

Several tons of it. There are numerous websites devoted to answering this question, which has been asked and answered tons of times. See for example:...

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Answer by Cherie Mitchell

What does the Bible say about the idea of ancient aliens?

I haven't read anywhere about ancient aliens. I have read about spirits, angels, demons, etc., but not aliens.

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Answer by Brandon Hughes , Regular Worker Guy

Why does the bible tell us to do things that seem impossible to do?

They seem impossible because they are impossible. "Sanctify" yourself as much as you can and they are still impossible; that is the point. If we can actually...

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Answer by Kelli Hamann , Pastor's Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher, Writer, Cellist

Why do people still die of starvation when Jesus says God will provide food and clothing etc?

I think that there are a few things to consider here. First of all, the Bible tells us that when we have a need, we are to ask God in faith: Matthew 7:7 "Ask...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why did God send an evil spirit to torment King Saul?

First Samuel 16:14 says, "The Spirit of the LORD had departed from Saul, and an evil spirit from the LORD tormented him." This is also mentioned in 1 Samuel...

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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

Why did God send an evil spirit to torment King Saul?

The bad spirit that deprived Saul of his peace of mind was the bad inclination of his mind and heart—his inward urge to do wrong. When Jehovah withdrew his...

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