Q&A: The Apocrypha, Judgment Day, and Forgiveness

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

  • Do you think the differences between the Protestant and Roman Catholic canon are significant, and why or why not? How do we know what books are canonical?
  • I think the Pentecostal movement is teaching another gospel.
  • Is the Roman Catholic Church the oldest and original church?
  • Why will Christians be judged if our sins have already been forgiven?
  • What is the meaning of the phrase “sons of God” in Genesis and Job?
  • Should I be constantly asking God for forgiveness? What about the sins we forget about or don’t realize are sins?
  • In Psalm 146:3, it says not to put your trust in a son of man, yet Jesus refers to Himself as the Son of Man; can you help me understand this?

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