Question: Where was God before He created the heavens and the earth? Answer: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:2). In this simple statement are many implications. Since it was “in the beginning,” it is implied that time did not exist before this. So thus, time was created at this…

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Question: Hi. I love your exhaustive presentation of the literal days in Genesis!  I am praying about how best to present this to our youth pastor, who is an old ager and teaches it privately to the youth.  Thank you. My question involves prayer and whether we as God’s children ought to directly speak to or rebuke…

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Question: I am wondering why God made everything: creation, mankind, and allowed everything to happen as it did in the Bible, especially since He knew what would eventually happen — sin, unfaithfulness, redemption, etc. I guess this also relates to why God even created us? Answer: When I was walking to the building today I…

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Question: So is the Devil the apple that Adam and Eve ate? Answer: First, the Bible doesn’t say Adam and Eve ate an apple. That is an old myth from the days when people assumed that red fruits were poisonous. The tree was a unique tree called the tree of the knowledge of good and…

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by David Dann via The Gospel Anchor, May 17, 2000 On the first page of the Bible, we read, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face…

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Question: Had God any intention of having children for Adam? Adam was cursed only after he was driven away from paradise. That too was a curse. Answer: Before the fall of man, God told Adam and Eve, “Then God blessed them, and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue…

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