Who, What, When, Where, Why, God, Why?
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How can we know that there is a God?
According to polls (such as Gallup, which record how people think about God). If a majority of people believe it, then it must be true.
Truth is relative. It all depends on your point-of-view.
According to the Scriptures: God chose to reveal Himself through His work of creation (generally, invisible attributes) and also through intervention (special times and places where He revealed His existence to His people of old, such as Moses) and later when He became a man, Jesus.
It is impossible to know if God exists. He never has done anything to reveal himself plainly.
Though we do not trust in polls to determine truth, how many Americans believe that God exists?
1 in 10, not too many.
3 in 10, a small number.
6 in 10, a little more than half of all people living in North America.
Still more than 9 out of 10 for over the 6.5 decades that the question has been repeatedly asked.
Which of these Old Testament Bible passages reveal God's name as "the God of" certain persons?
Which of these Old Testament Bible passages reveal God's character?
Is the God of the New Testament different than the God of the Old Testament?
Yes, radically different. One is primarily loving and gracious while the other is more punishing and demanding.
No, they are exactly the same God, but in the New Testament He appears in, through, and as, the man Jesus.
Which one of these New Testament Bible passages is evidence that the same God is being revealed in both the Old and New Testaments?
Which kinds of evidence is given in Scripture to compel us to believe that Jesus is God? (You may [in fact, should] select more than one.)
The uncanny fulfillment of Messianic prophecy
The reports of the healings and miracles he performed
His wisdom and teachings about the Kingdom of God
Multiple eye-witnesses who saw Jesus physically resurrected from the dead (St. Paul says "more than 500 people" witnessed, 1 Corinthians 15)
According to the Scriptures, What does Jesus' cross and resurrection mean? (You may select more than one.)
Simply that he died and rose and nothing more.
The cross and resurrection are meant to reveal that God truly loves us, see John 3:12-18.
It means that we have been reconciled back to God (2 Corinthians 5:15, 19).
It is meant to reveal that God is too busy to do anything about the problem of sin and death. Please leave Him alone.
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