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October 1, 2019

Since atheists do not believe in God or Satan, what do they think is the cause of all the evil happening in the world today? Question and Answer A consistent atheist does not consider terrible things (murder, rape, robbery, war, lying, stealing) happening in the world today to be evil. Evil is a moral category that implies an absolute standard.

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2019/october-2019/question-and-answer-october/question-3-october
todayintheword.org October 1, 2019

Question 6

February 1, 2019

If humanity has fallen and the image of God is marred, how do we know what God is doing in the lives of His people today? Question 6 God’s purpose is to conform us to the icon or “image” of His Son (Rom. 8:29). Through the act of justification (Rom. 5:1–2; 2 Cor. 5:21), and in the process of sanctification (Rom. 12:1–2), God is conforming...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2019/february/questions-and-answers/question-6
todayintheword.org February 1, 2019

What does the word arguing mean in Philippians 2:14?

June 1, 2020

What does the word arguing mean in Philippians 2:14?

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2020/june/oa/question-4/
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Question and Answer

April 1, 2018

I have always thought that the term character referred to a fictional person, such as a character in a play or novel. But many Christian teachers and writers use this term to refer to real people in the Bible. I really don’t understand why. I’ve even noticed it in Today in the Word. Why do we not refer to the real people in the Bible as historical...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2018/04---april/questions/question-1
todayintheword.org April 1, 2018

Question 1

February 1, 2019

Is the Hebrew word for man in Genesis 1:26–27 a personal name or a generic term for humanity? Question 1 In Genesis 1:26–27, the Hebrew word, which is translated as man in our English versions, is adam. Adam is sometimes used as the name of the first man (Gen. 5:1, 3-5). But in Genesis 1:26–27, adam is used in the generic sense for humanity,...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2019/february/questions-and-answers/question-1
todayintheword.org February 1, 2019

Question and Answer

February 1, 2018

What are some of the practical implications of salt imagery for our personal lives today? Question and Answer Salt imagery has several practical implications for our lives as Christians today. First, we live in a world where sin’s corrupting power is constantly experienced and observed (see Rom. 1:18–32; 2 Tim. 3:1–9; 2 Peter 1:4). The 24/7...

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todayintheword.org February 1, 2018

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June 28, 2017

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Question and Answer

January 1, 2019

Why are the words of Paul considered Scripture, and does he contradict the words of Jesus? Question and Answer The 13 epistles written by the apostle Paul most certainly are Scripture, breathed out from God through the human author without error. The apostle Peter recognized Paul's writing at Scripture within one of his own letters: "Our...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2019/january/qa/question-1
todayintheword.org January 1, 2019

Question and Answer

April 1, 2018

What does the word hope really mean? I hear the word so often in church about anything from “hoping to be ready” to a vague “hoping in the Lord” to “I hope my teenager changes.” It doesn’t often seem to be said with conviction or foundation; it’s just a kind of expression applied to many circumstances. Question and Answer What you’re describing...

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todayintheword.org April 1, 2018

Question and Answers | Today in the Word

July 17, 2018

Each month we invite our authors to answer questions you've asked!

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