Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:
- Hank comments on an article in the Washington Post by Astrophysicist Howard A. Smith. Astronomer Carl Sagan said, “We find that we live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star.” And Stephen Hawking went further by saying, “The human race is just a chemical scum on a moderate-sized planet.” Yet in the article, Dr. Smith argues that humanity is cosmically special and says that as we give thanks for our many blessings, we should reflect on the gift of modern astronomy. Far from being a collection of random accidents, the universe is curiously fine-tuned for life. This season, let us be grateful for the amazing gifts of life and awareness, and acknowledge the compelling evidence that humanity and planet Earth are rare and cosmically precious.
Questions and Answers:
- What are the errors of the Roman Catholic Church?
- Why do you read the first few chapters of Genesis figuratively? By what authority do make interpretive judgments?
- Why are so many Christians looking forward to a third temple? It scares me.
- Why does the radio station I listen to air false teachers?
- Where did the Apostles’ Creed come from and how biblically correct is it? What about the part that says Jesus descended into hell?
- What is your take on the situation surrounding the hosts of the show Fixer Upper?
- Is it okay to attend my nephew’s gay wedding?
- In a video from the 1990s, Ken Ham said that if you believe the earth is millions of years old, you can’t be a Christian. How can you be a believer if you believe in the fossil record?