A Tombstone

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

  • Hank mentions he completed a new Hank Unplugged podcast today with Andreas Knapp, author of The Last Christians: Stories of Persecution, Flight, and Resilience in the Middle East. Hank also pointed out that we all presently live in that “dash” between the date of our birth, and the date of our death. For some it’s exceptionally short, for others longer, but for all of us, that tiny dash represents the totality of our life on Earth. Everything we do has a direct impact on our eternity. Hugh Hefner “lit the skies” for a brief moment, and died yesterday at 91. What seems so long now, is less than a drop in the bucket of eternity.

Questions and Answers:

  • You stated that the Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that the Council of Nicaea created the doctrine of the Trinity. That is incorrect. That Council merely began the discussion of the relation of the Father to the Son, which years later was defined as the Trinity.
  • In Ezekiel chapter 1, Ezekiel is said to be in Babylon with captives. In chapter 4, God tells him to make a model of Jerusalem to show how devastating the siege will be. How can this be since he is already living with the captives in Babylon?
  • If people divorce for the wrong reasons and remarry, will they be living in perpetual adultery?

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