Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:
- Hank highlights an article by quantum physicist; Paul Davies titled “Maybe Life in the Cosmos Is Rare After All.” Davies asserts that the conclusion that the universe is teeming with biology is based on an unproved assumption. The vastness of the universe does not necessarily mean there must be life out there. If life really does pop up readily, as Carl Sagan suggested, then it should have started many times on our home planet. Much like biochemist Michael Denton, who dared to attack the paradigm of Darwinian evolution, we must think about our paradigms more than we think with our paradigms.
Questions and Answers:
- I was raised in the Roman Catholic Church and I’m trying to refute the idea of praying to the dead? Is there a conflict between praying the Rosary and going to heaven?
- Can you explain the concept of Jesus being the “only begotten”?
- Who was Eliezer of Damascus mentioned in Genesis 15? Is he mentioned elsewhere and was he saved by his own faith or by Abraham’s faith?
- In Revelation chapter 20, why is the Greek word for thousand plural?
- Since my husband was married before, does that mean I am living in adultery? My husband is also addicted to pornography. Would this be grounds for divorce?
- Could you clarify your position on baptism in light of the examples given in Acts?