Questions at the 11th Hour

January 3, 2020 at 1:48 pm | Posted in Q&A | Leave a comment
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Today marks the 11th anniversary of the The Deep End. The common expression “the eleventh hour” comes from the so-called “Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard” found in Matthew 20:1-16, and it has come to mean a final opportunity, or a last-minute chance, or something that happens just before time expires. I am thankful that the Lord has given me the opportunity to continue writing about His Word for 11 years. Only He knows how much longer it will it last, but as of now I am not entertaining any thoughts of slowing down or stopping.

In honor of the anniversary, I am posting the links to a category called “Q and A,” in which I have been posting answers to questions that I have been asked (mostly as the teacher of an adult Sunday School class) over the years. Some of these are questions that are frequently asked by Christians or Bible students, and more detailed and better answers can probably be found by Googling, but I like to think that some of them are more-unusual questions. Thanks for reading!

1. Bible Verses Don’t Always Feel Good
2. Authority vs. Empathy
3. How Do We Get the Answers to Our Prayers?
4. Who Is Leviathan and What Is He Twisting?
5. Blessing the Food?
6. God’s Wrath: Attribute or Reaction?
7. What about Those Who Haven’t Heard? (Romans 1:18-20)
8. Does “Everyone” Include Satan?
9. A Fawning Farewell
10. The Psychic Hotline May be Hotter than You Think
11. Did Jesus Claim to be God?
12. The Statute and the Ordinance at Marah (Exodus 15:25-26)
13. Why Get More Involved?
14. Biased Marriage Counseling
15. Purple or Scarlet? (John 19:2; Mark 15:17; Matthew 27:28)
15. Old Testament Prayer
16. The Foolishness of God? (I Corinthians 1:26-29)
17. Did Moses Die?
18. Who Carried the Cross? (John 19:16-17; Matthew 27:32; Mark 15:21; Luke 23:26)
19. Can I be Born Again and Still Commit Sins? (I John 3:9-10)
20. Is God Your Fill-in-the-Blank? (Exodus 3:13-14)
21. The Sending of the Holy Spirit (John 16:7)
22. The Laver as Baptistry? (Exodus 30:18)
23. Why Join a Church?
24. Does God Allow Evil?
25. Does God have to Investigate the Future? (Ephesians 1:3-5)
26. A Newlywed Pounding?
27. Passing over the Passover?
28. The Father of Lights (James 1:17)
29. Motivated by Fear?
30. Cooler than the Other Side of the Pillar (Exodus 14:19-22; I Corinthians 10:1-4)
31. Will We Know Our Loved Ones in Heaven?
32. Remembering the Laws (Exodus 21-22; Deuteronomy 6:1-9)
33. How to Explain the Afterlife?
34. Will Heaven be Boring?
35. Are People Still Possessed by Demons? (Mark 5:1-17)
36. Signs from Beyond the Grave?
37. In Whose Name Do You Pray?
38. Why Not Get Divorced?
39. Babysitting Tips for Dads?
40. Why Did God Make Fire Ants Mean?
41. How to Deal with Flaky Church Attenders?
42. Is Cremation Allowed?
43. Celebrating at a Funeral?
44. A Marvelous Work? (Isaiah 29:14)
45. Why Read Other Books?
46. Wednesday Night Prayer Meetings?
47. Did God Have to Go Down and See? (Genesis 18:20-21)
48. Signs of the End Times?
49. Signs of Approval from God?
50. Corporal Punishment? (Proverbs 13:24; 23:13-14)
51. Was God Unfair to Moses? (Numbers 20:1-12)
52. How Tall Was Jesus? *
53. Proverbs 22:6: Promise or Principle?
54. Is it Wrong to Ask for an Overt Response? (Part 1)
55. Is it Wrong to Ask for an Overt Response? (Part 2)
56. A Hospital for Sinners?
57. Why Not a Hospital?
58. Is It Mean to Talk about Divorce?
59. Was St. Nick a Real Person?
60. Scars in Heaven?
61. Camels as Booty (Jeremiah 49:32)
62. Equipped to Eat Meat? (Genesis 1:29-30, 2:9, 9:1-3)
63. The Offensiveness of Talking about Sin and the Gospel
64. Quick Quiz Quietens Questioning Qualms (Psalm 135)
65. Ghosting Based on Hearsay?
66. Teachers Sharing TMI?
67. Evil Energy Drinks?
68. Did Jesus Cancel Our Debt?

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