Where do science and the bible meet? (I'm thinking about psychology at the moment)
If dogs are so smart, why do the same dogs snarl and bark at me every. single. day when I walk? Don't they remember me? I was just "here" 24 hours ago.
Should you tell your kids about the family skeletons hiding in the closet?
Where do our choices and God's sovereignty meet?
Why is it taking so long to heal?
How do you know for positive when something mentioned in the bible is addressing a cultural issue from that time or something meant for all peoples for all time?
What does it feel like to die? When your spirit actually leaves your body?
Why do I have the best hair days when I'm not going to see anyone except my 10 yr. old all day?
Do angels still have the freedom to "walk away" from the Lord? Can they sin? From what I've noticed, and that may not be much, they can't and they don't. However, in 1 Corinthians 6:3 we're told we will judge the angels.
I haven't thought this one through, just something that popped into my head. So, if the answer is obvious, don't judge me, ok? It's only 6:30 in the morning and I'm still drinking my first cup of coffee. So, here's the question:
Which statement is true? Everything is wrong to do unless the bible says it's right?
Everything is ok to do unless the bible says it's wrong?
What have been the Golden Moments of your life?
What have been your spiritual peaks?