It’s been a while, but the series is back with a bunch of new random questions for Christians.
If a hundred different religions have to be wrong for yours to be right, does this show that people from all over the world like to invent gods that don’t exist? And does this also mean that your religion is likely to be wrong?
Do you hear the voice of God? If so, how can you tell the voice of God from a voice in your head? And how can you tell the voice of God from the voice of Satan?
Rape wasn’t a crime in ancient times, does this explain why it is not on the Ten Commandments?
An all-knowing God can read your mind, so why does he require you to demonstrate your faith by worshiping him?
If you believe in a literal genesis, why did it take 6 days for God to make the universe? He could have done it all in less than a second.
If money is the root of all evil, why do churches need so much of it? Especially considering that Jesus said to give your wealth away.
If missionaries from your religion should be sent to convert people in other countries, should missionaries from other religions be sent to your country for the same reason?
If someone was cured of cancer by means unknown to us, and everyone declared it a miracle, would the chance of scientifically replicating this cure be more or less likely?
If aliens exist on several worlds that have never heard of your god, will they all be going to hell when they die?
Why are several stories from the Bible very, very similar to stories from other religions? Many of which pre-date the Bible, by the way.
The Questions for Christians homepage can be found here.
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