On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank talks about an article he read in the Wall Street Journal by Rabbi Soloveichik on the death of Lord Jonathan Sacks, a former Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth. Rabbi Sacks died at the age of 72, but while he lived, he was a spell-binding orator, an orator who combined science, sociology, and the wisdom of Scripture with an eloquence that made him famous worldwide. He spoke often about the family. He said that the family—man, woman, and child—is not one lifestyle choice among many. It is the best means we have yet discovered for nurturing future generations and enabling children to grow in a matrix of stability and love. At present, two communities are heading toward each other with blinding speed: one that finds its life in biblical truth and the other comprised of activists who are pushing for a radical redefinition of marriage and gender, a church remade in the image of the culture, and greatly expanded government filling the void of a once-vibrant church.
Hank also answers the following questions:
- Do you think that the things that are happening in the world today are some type of fulfillment of Revelation?
- When we die, do we go to heaven as it is now, or will we all be raised up for the second heaven?
- When people say that there is no proof of God, I think of how scientists can’t explain some things, like the creation of DNA. What are your thoughts?