On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (08/24/21), Hank recounts the words of Christian author Os Guinness. No matter how grand a civilization may be, there is an ultimate flimsiness. If you view Washington, D.C. from the heights of Capitol Hill, it would seem that we will be around forever. Yet if you view Rome from the Palatine Hill, you will see the remains of a once-proud republic that has fallen into ruin—a poignant reminder of how fragile civilization is, and how near we are to losing our inheritance. We are facing totalitarianism from multiple fronts. Who will stand in the gap? Winning back the West won’t be done by a politician; it will be done by people like you and me who are willing to stand for truth no matter what the cost.
Hank also answers the following questions:
- Do the variants between the Masoretic Text and the Septuagint change any of the doctrines of Scripture?
- Must Christian parents provide an inheritance for their children?
- In Mark 2:22, Jesus is talking about not putting new wine into old wineskins, but my KJV uses the word “bottles.” When did they make this change?
- What is a good Bible reading plan to start getting into Scripture?
- In 1 Chronicles 21, why did God react so harshly to David’s census of Israel?