460 Questions for God, from the Book of Matthew

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One of the biggest problems I have with the Bible relates to the information inside of it. We're taught to believe, have faith and never question, anything in the Bible, but that way of thinking doesn't make any sense.

21st-century Christians aren't going to accept everything, like the faithful followers, of the 20th, 19 or 18th centuries. Christians today are tired of listening to religious ...

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Overview

Introduction

One of the biggest problems I have with the Bible relates to the information inside of it. We're taught to believe, have faith and never question, anything in the Bible, but that way of thinking doesn't make any sense.

21st-century Christians aren't going to accept everything, like the faithful followers, of the 20th, 19 or 18th centuries. Christians today are tired of listening to religious leaders, who won't tell them the truth.

They want answers to difficult questions and if their leaders can't answer them, then they won't be sticking around. They're going to find another Christian organization, who can deliver the goods.

Some of these questions and even their answers are obvious, while others seem to slip by, without notice. For example, most Christians don't give much thought to, the origins of God.

Heck, I didn't even give it much thought, until I was in my 40's.

Well, have you ever thought about it, where God actually came from?

Sure, you can accept and believe, but it won't do any good, if it isn't the truth.

I can't figure out why Christians believe everything their told, without questioning at least some of the goofy stuff?

Well, I'm here to put an end to it and get you guys thinking about the things you we're trained to believe, without ever asking why. It's the truth, most religious followers, including Christians, rarely think about their beliefs, faith or origins.

You wouldn't accept information from another person, if it hadn't been validated, but Christians do it every day, with Christianity.

How do you know your prayers were answered?

How do you know everything is going to be all right, even when it hasn't been for years and things aren't looking any better, today?

Why do we believe in God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, Holy Bible, biblical stories and other information in the Bible, even though most of it has never been validated?

I don't know why.

If no one else is going to ask, then I will.

However, I'm not going to provide you with the answer, because I didn't write the Bible. I'm not God, I don't know what Jesus looks like and I've never witnessed the Holy Spirit, in action.

I'm going to ask the questions, but you need to answer them. It will be entirely up to you, to do the necessary research and draw your own conclusion.

You can ask for help and even bring these questions to Bible study, but be warned, in advance. Most Christian leaders or egotistical Bible study masters could be offended, because they lack the knowledge, wisdom and understanding, to answer them, correctly.

Last but not least, don't accept anyone's answer, unless they can validate them. One of the biggest problems with Christianity lies with their inability, to answer difficult questions, with a simple yes or no.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468123692
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 12/22/2011
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

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