Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:
- Hank shares his thoughts on the legacy of the English Bible, which had its genesis in the writings of Oxford theologian John Wycliffe. His translation from the 1380’s remained the only English Bible until the invention of moveable type in the 16th century. He held that the Bible was the sole authority for faith and practice. So his writings were condemned as heresy. Perhaps no single person made a greater contribution to the legacy of the English Bible than William Tyndale. Like Wycliffe, Tyndale purposed to make the Bible available to the commoner and was martyred for translating the Bible into the English language. As his body was ablaze he cried out, “Oh Lord, open the eyes of England’s king!” His prayer found an answer, ironically, in King Henry VIII, who authorized an English translation to be chained to every church pulpit in the land. At the Christian Research Institute, one of our core values is to not only get people into the Bible, but that they would become conversant with art and science of biblical interpretation.
Questions and Answers:
- Was the manger that Jesus was born in a cave? Was the feeding trough not wooden?
- Who is the “us” referring to in Genesis chapter 1?
- Can you explain Genesis 8:21; why does God say He will never curse the ground again?
- I’m having a hard time finding a church and right now I’m attending a Church of Christ. Can you help me?
- Is there any indication in the Bible that angels sing?
- How do I reconcile the New Testament teaching that marriage is between one man and one woman, and the Old Testament accounts of polygamy?
- I have a friend who asked: why can’t all religions be true?
- My wife said that if God knows the future then we are nothing more than robots; could you clarify this for me?
- Where does the Roman Catholic Church get the idea that Peter was the first Pope? Where’s the biblical evidence for this?