Bible Studies

  • on January 10, 2018

10 Questions Christians Hope No One Asks Them

October 15, 2017 – December 17, 2017

We live in a world where our faith is constantly being questioned. Even though faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see (Hebrews 11:3), there are still certain answers we can give to people which might make them think twice about Christianity. In this study, we’ll walk through Mark Mittelberg’s book and examine various Bible passages to learn how we can best talk with people about tough issues. More importantly, we’ll discuss strategies for pointing people to their Savior Jesus. Click on the links below to see the handouts for the studies.

October 15, 2017

Question 1: “What makes you so sure that God exists at all–especially when you can’t see, hear, or touch him?”

October 22, 2017

Question 2: “Didn’t evolution put God out of a job? Why rely on religion in an age of science and knowledge?”

October 29, 2017

Question 3: Why trust the Bible, a book based on myths and full of contradictions and mistakes?”

November 5, 2017

Question 4: “Everyone knows that Jesus was a good man and a wise teacher–but why try to make him into the Son of God too?”

November 12, 2017

Question 5: “How could a good God allow so much evil, pain, and suffering–or does he simply not care?”

November 19, 2017

Question 6: “Why is abortion such a line in the sand for Christians–why can’t I be left alone to make my own choices for my own body.”

December 3, 2017

Question 7: “Why do you condemn homosexuality when it’s clear that God made gays and that he loves all people the same?”

December 10, 2017

Questions 8-9: “How can I trust in Christianity when so many Christians are hypocrites?” “And why are Christians so judgmental toward everyone who doesn’t agree with them?”

December 17, 2017

Question 10: “Why should I think that heaven really exists–and that God sends people to hell?”


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