Digital Media, Gender Fluidity, and Q&A

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

Hank’s Prologue:

  • Hank discloses that he has dipped his toe into digital media outlets such a Facebook and Twitter. In addition to live, call-in questions, Hank will be answering Facebook questions as well. Hank also discusses an article he read on NPR regarding Max—a 13-year-old who is considered to be a-gender, neither male nor female. According to the NPR article, Max must not be addressed as he, or she, but as they.

Questions and Answers:

  • I feel disconnected and unable to worship. What advice could you give me?
  • Is there any particular translation of Scripture that you feel is superior over the others? Do you have any resources on your website on this topic?
  • Why doesn’t God heal me of OCD?
  • Please help me explain the virgin birth to Muslims.
  • My question is about a book that was given to me called The Way of the Heart by Jayem. Have you heard of this book and what are your thoughts about it?
  • Must proper biblical interpretation come through an authority, such as the Eastern Orthodox church, or can I be saved while interpreting it for myself?

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