Contributed on May 16, 2016
Part of learning is coming up with the questions, and part of learning is finding the best available answer, while always looking to hone our understanding. We also need to remember that no answer is better than a wrong answers.
Short Answers to Common Questions 6 1. A man has had enough. He blurts out to his wife, “I have been patient, but your mom has been living with us for seven years. Don’t you think it’s time she gets a place of her own?” “My mom?” the wife replied. ...read more
Contributed on Apr 11, 2016
A questioning mind is a thinking mind, and God wants our minds to actively pursue His truth. So let’s answer three common questions of many.
Short Answers to Common Questions 1 (topical) 1. PUEBLO, Colo., April 7 (UPI) -- A serial cheese thief returned to a Colorado pizza shop to steal thousands of dollars worth of provolone cheese. Kevin Romero, a manager [said], "The first time they came in they stole about probably five or six ...read more
Contributed on Apr 18, 2016
Questions, curiosity, and a desire to learn more are generally a virtue. This series seeks to answer a variety of common questions about the Bible, theology, or the Christian life that can be answered briefly.
Short Answers to Common Questions 2 (topical) 1. One important innovations is the drone, a self-piloted mini flying device. 2. Amazon.com is pursuing a plan to deliver packages to your door by sending a drone to drop it off. Some people look forward to ordered a doughnut or a pizza and ...read more
Contributed on Apr 25, 2016
Questions are good if we seek answers to them; sometimes objections or excuses pose as questions. Not all questions are asked sincerely. Today I will address three questions, questions usually asked sincerely.
Short Answers to Common Questions 3 1. Teachers have some funny stories. Here are a few from Reader’s Digest. After a coworker had finished his English lecture and his class had filed out, a tenth grader stayed behind to confront him. “I don’t appreciate being ...read more
Contributed on May 2, 2016
Once again we are going to ask three questions on different subjects and seek to answer those questions from a Scriptural context.
Short Answers to Common Questions 4 1. Some problems have no solutions. One blogger writes, “Today, my roommate confided in me that she hadn't been taking showers while at school because she was afraid of being in the shower when the fire alarm goes off. She goes home once every month, ...read more
Contributed on May 16, 2016
Answering more common questions!
Short Answers to Common Questions 5 1. Mothers are very good at using opportunities to reinforce or teach lessons. 2. A mother mouse and a baby mouse are walking along when suddenly a cat attacks them. The mother mouse shouts “BARK!” and the cat runs away. “See?” the ...read more