miracles Archive

Losing the Culture War, and Q&A

Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:   Hank’s Prologue: Hank explains the reason we are losing the culture war is not because of paganism, but because Christians are not being salt and light. In this regard, Hank comments on Alex Rosenberg’s book, The Atheist’s Guide to Reality, and how this kind of […]

Q&A: Creationism, Divorce, and Eternal Security

Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics: Questions and Answers: As a Christian musician, is it appropriate to sell my albums? Must we only tithe to our local church or can we give to other ministries? My wife is divorcing me. Can I get remarried? What does the Bible say about this? I […]

Hank Hanegraaff with Special Guest, Elliot Miller

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast Hank welcomes Editor-in-Chief of the Christian Research Journal, Elliot Miller as they discuss Mormonism, the current issue of the Journal and answer questions on the following topics: How would you respond to a Mormon who said, “absence of evidence is not evidence of absence”? What is the purpose of […]

Questions and Answers with Hank

Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics: If life begins at conception, what happens to twins? Do they each have half a soul? Could there be scientific explanations for the miracles we see in the Bible, or are they purely supernatural? In 1 Samuel 28, did the medium of En-dor actually conjure up […]

Does God Exist? Part 1-Elliot Miller Gives Natural Reasons for God

Elliot Miller, editor-in-chief of the Christian Research Journal, discusses the existence of God. The award-winning Christian Research Journal is published

Is the virgin birth miracle or myth?

In an op-ed piece published by the New York Times (August 15, 2003), columnist Nicholas Kristof used the virgin conception of Jesus to shamelessly promote the Enlightenment’s false dichotomy between faith and reason. In his words, “The faith in the Virgin Birth reflects the way American Christianity is becoming less intellectual and more mystical over […]

If we can’t see God, how can we know he exists?

It is not uncommon for skeptics to suppose that Christians are irrational for believing in a God they cannot see. In reality, it is irrational for such skeptics to suppose that what cannot be seen does not exist. First, the fact that something cannot be seen does not presuppose that it doesn’t exist. We know […]