Questions and Answers with Hank

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Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:

  • What is the biblical teaching on baptism? Does baptism save us? What about Acts 22:16?
  • My husband and I are separated, but I still love him. He’s not a Christian. What should I do?
  • If salvation is by grace through faith in Christ alone, do we have to do anything for our salvation? Is faith a work?
  • Is there any similarity between the Word of Faith teaching of “little gods” and the Eastern Orthodox view of the deification of man?
  • Can Christians consume alcohol?
  • What is your opinion of Chuck Missler?
  • The Bible doesn’t really say that God created water. How does water fit into the creation story?
  • I am a Latter Day Saint. Why do you say that Mormons and Christians don’t believe in the same Jesus?
  • When we stand before God, will we see all of the bad things we have done? What about the scripture that says He will remember our sins no more?

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