Q&A: Free Will, Angels, and the Trinity

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On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank answers the following questions:

  • In Acts chapter 5, was the punishment of Ananias and Sapphira too severe?
  • I have four children; how do you handle twelve?
  • Do angels have free will?
  • I’m an atheist and I hear Christians talk about free will. Do you believe God punishes those who freely choose to disobey Him?
  • What are your thoughts on the book Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby?
  • If God created the angels with free will and one third of them fell, did He already know our world would be fallen?
  • Can you explain why a Unitarian god is morally deficient?
  • Is there any book we should analyze and study as much as the Bible? Why do people analyze The Shack?
  • Does one have to believe in the Trinity to be saved?

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