Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:
- Hank shares his thoughts on his latest book titled, Prophetic S-T-A-R-S in the Constellation of Biblical Prophecy. The Bible was not intended to tell us when Christ will return, only that He will return, nor was it intended to tell how to pin the tail on the antichrist. And unlike John Hagee’s failed prophetic attempt regarding four blood moons, biblical prophecy always comes to pass. Ezekiel, for example, prophesied the unthinkable; the destruction of the impregnable Phoenician city of Tyre, yet Alexander the Great devised an ingenious plan to conquer the satellite citadel, thus fulfilling prophecy and demonstrating the Bible’s unique prophetic prowess. Using the acronym STARS, Hank shows the Bible’s prophetic superiority in a memorable fashion.
Questions and Answers:
- Is the Septuagint older than the Masoretic text?
- Do dispensationalists interpret the Bible literally and Covenant theologians interpret it figuratively? How can we tell the difference between a parable and a historical story?
- When Jesus turned water into wine, was the wine alcoholic? What does it mean by, “new wine”?
- I have been trying to find a church and I found one that I like, but they believe that being filled with the Holy Spirit is evidenced by speaking in tongues. What are your thought on this? Did the gift of tongues end in the first century or is it still for today?
- According to 1 Corinthians 8:13 and James 4:17, are there some things that are sins to some but not to others?