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42 Questions Christian’s can’t answer

Posted by on Sep 20, 2014 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Tough Questions | 0 comments

42 Questions Christian’s can’t answer

Why can’t the all-powerful God forgive someone of their sins after they die? Example: A Christian man that is seemingly on God’s good list makes a stupid decision and decides to drink a little too much at the fish fry. On his way home he crashes into a mini-van killing a mother, her two children and himself. This man led a very faithful life and made one stupid, yet grave mistake. If this man did not ask for forgiveness of his sins before the electrical activity in his brain ceased, then God will judge him and send him to hell to burn for eternity. I had read other blogs about Pucket who had...

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44 Questions Christian’s can’t answer

Posted by on Sep 7, 2014 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Tough Questions | 0 comments

44 Questions Christian’s can’t answer

Why do innocent children have to suffer with terminal diseases such as cancer? What part of ‘God’s plan’ is this exactly? The question of evil and why there is suffering in this world is something we all struggle with, especially if you believe, (as I do), in an all knowing, and all powerful God. Romans 8:28 explains that everything works together for the good of those who love Him and are called by Him. Well that sounds great, but to the unbeliever who has lost a parent, friend, or child to cancer it does little or nothing to comfort them. R. E. Pucket has a list of difficult questions you...

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Sir Nicholas Gimcrack

Posted by on Nov 28, 2013 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Uncategorized | 1 comment

Sir Nicholas Gimcrack

In 1757 Ben Franklin was in England where he rented rooms from Mrs. Margaret Stevenson. Mrs. Stevenson, a widow, had a young daughter, Mary, who was intelligent and inquisitive. She immediately took to Franklin who became a father figure for the young girl and they enjoyed many science experiments together. When Franklin returned to America, they continued corresponding. In one letter he wrote to Mary he was encouraging her to continue her studies, but not at the sacrifice of character. Knowledge has it merits, but without a destination it serves no purpose. He wrote, Dear Polly, There is,...

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