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Poems and assassinations

Posted by on Sep 27, 2014 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Tough Questions | 0 comments

Poems and assassinations

God wants everyone to worship and follow him and, if they don’t, they burn in hell for all eternity. What does this type of attitude say about his character? By definition, he would be described as a tyrant. My wife told me my titles, 43 Questions Christian’s can’t answer, 42 Questions Christian’s can’t answer, 41 Questions… are boring.  So I changed it. This question deals with unbelief, choices and consequences, authority, and love and it is the 10th one on the list of 50. If we were to define God as an all powerful, all knowing, creator of the universe,...

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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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Mommy can I kill this?

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Social Issues | 3 comments

Mommy can I kill this?

The first day of school a little boy whose father owned the local apple farm brought his teacher a gift in a box. Many others had done the same, but his was the largest and last to be opened. It was a game they were playing, that before she opened each gift, she had to try to guess what it was. The boy placed it on her desk and stood waiting for her to open it. All the other little boys and girls were gathering around to see what it was, because children are naturally curious about things, and the little boy had refused to tell anyone what it was. The teacher, who was young in years and to...

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