Bears Gone Wild with Jeremy Cummings, and Q&A

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

  • Hank welcomes Jeremy Cummings, teacher of Old Testament at Charlotte Christian School, to discuss his article in the CHRISTIAN RESEARCH JOURNAL titled, “Bears Gone Wild: Responding to Attacks on the Portrayal of God in the Old Testament.” Hank and Jeremy unpack the story of Elisha and the bears in 2 Kings chapter 2, and also talk about the importance of teaching students to understand Scripture so they will be prepared to defend their faith in a hostile world.

Questions and Answers:

  • Why are there missing verses in modern Bible translations?
  • I have been watching a program of someone who denies hell; could you explain what the Bible teaches about hell and annihilationism?
  • What are your thoughts on Bill Hybels of Willow Creek Community Church?
  • I have been witnessing to a friend who claims to have read the Bible, but doesn’t believe it. At what point do I sharing the gospel with him?
  • My neighbor says that Islam and Christianity are compatible religions, but isn’t ISIS doing exactly what the Qur’an teaches?
  • Why do American Muslims say they don’t agree with ISIS; are they couch potato Muslims?

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