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VIDEO: Bonus – Is the Bible Full of Contradictions?

 Listen in as Christian Questions Host, Rick and CQ Contributor, Julie, discuss two questions related to our recent podcasts on Bible contradictions and demonstrate a methodology that can be used to understand how to see how the scriptures compliment instead of contradict each other. Here are some questions we answer in our conversation: 2:40 Why wouldn't a book from God be flawless and therefore totally reliable? 6:10 Here are some possible reasons for discrepancies between seemingly "contradictory" scriptures. 11:33 The Bible is full of human sacrifices and killing. How can that be acceptable?

VIDEO: Moments that Matter: We Are Christians, But Are We Unified?

Is unity easy? No. Jesus warned us of “wolves in sheep’s clothing”. The rest of the New Testament alerts us to the dangers Jesus’ followers would continually face. Christian unity would be challenged by smooth talkers, worldly minded leaders, vain philosophies and false doctrines. Unity with those who promote such things is not what Jesus wanted. So, can Christian unity be a reality? It can and is absolutely required. How?  Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.

VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Does the Bible Contradict Itself? (Part II)

There are many biblical accounts that could easily leave you scratching your head and wondering “why would God do that?’ As a result many assert that God is basically a monster. In a recent podcast, we dealt with one example: God telling Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac. What kind of God would require such a thing?  Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.

VIDEO: Bible 101 – What Does the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares Mean?

This is one of the few parables where Jesus interpreted the metaphors that he used. The parable is about the process of the development of the true church after Jesus and the apostles died. He warned us we would have to stay faithful in an environment of religious corruption and hypocrisy until a future separation work would bring to light truth and error.  Watch this short video to learn more about the parable.