A Global Impact, and Q&A

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

  • Hank recounts his recent travels to Israel and China and the impact supporters of CRI are having on the lives of people around the world. He met with a believer in China who had been arrested four times for a total of twenty-six years. And standing by a wall in the West Bank, he recalled the story of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Peter Arnett, and an Israeli settler who tried to save the life of a Palestinian girl.

Questions and Answers:

  • Is confession of sins to others a requirement for salvation
  • Is the Roman Catholic teaching on invincible ignorance biblical?
  • Are pictures of Jesus idolatrous?
  • How do we as Christians defend against the charge that violence in the Old Testament is the same as the violence we see in Islam?
  • Was the Palestinian you mentioned earlier a Christian?
  • What are your arguments for or against a pre-tribulation rapture?

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