Ankerberg Q&A - Ankerberg Theological Research Institute, John Ankerberg Show

Ankerberg Q&A

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Store linkWhere Do we Get the Strength to Live for Jesus Every Day?
Store linkWhat is grace?
Store linkIs the struggle with sin just a normal part of the Christian lie?
Store linkAre some people simply too sinful to be saved?
Store linkWhat can happen to us when we try to live the Christian life in our own power?
Store linkWhy is it so hard for us to live the Christian life?
Store linkWhat does it mean that I “died in Christ”?
Store linkMany people try and try to live the Christian life, but fail. Why?
Store linkWhat makes it difficult to live the Christian life?
Store linkHow can someone invite Jesus to come into their life?
Store linkWhat is sanctification?
Store linkHow can I be sure I am really saved?
Store linkWhat is repentance?
Store linkWhat does God mean when He says we can we be justified?
Store linkWhat does it mean to “believe in Him”?
Store linkWhat is the good news that Jesus offers us?
Store linkWhy do even critics agree that the disciples believed God had raised Jesus from the dead?
Store linkWhy is it important that the risen Jesus appeared to His younger brother James?
Store linkWhy do even critics agree that the many individuals and groups of people experiences appearances of the risen Jesus?
Store linkWhat can we infer from the fact the enemies of Jesus presupposed the empty tomb?
Store linkWhy does the fact that women discovered the empty tomb support the historicity of this story?
Store linkIs the story of the empty tomb historically credible?
Store linkHow does the criterion of embarrassment support the honorable burial of Jesus?
Store linkWhat historical evidence supports the honorable burial of Jesus?
Store linkWhat four historical facts must any serious historian deal with in investigating the resurrection of Jesus?
Store linkIf Jesus truly is the Son of God, the Son of Man, and rose from the dead, what should you do with Him?
Store linkWhy was Jesus accused of blasphemy at His trial?
Store linkWho can forgive sins?
Store linkWhy did Jesus refer to Himself as the “Son of Man”?
Store linkDid Jesus ever say that He was the “Son of God”?
Store linkWhat did the plaque that was nailed to Jesus’ cross say, and why is that important?
Store linkHow can we assess the statements made by Jesus in the New Testament to determine whether or not they are true, and what He meant by them?
Store linkWhat can we learn from Jesus’ answer to John’s disciples when they asked him, “Are you the Messiah?”
Store linkDid Jesus ever claim to be Israel’s Messiah?
Store linkWhat criteria have textual scholars used to test the historical reliability of a document?
Store linkAre there methods that can be used to test the reliability of ancient documents?
Store linkHow does Luke’s attention to details lend credence to his writings?
Store linkHow does the dating of the Gospels lend credence to their reliability?
Store linkJust how reliable are the biblical Gospels as evidence for Jesus’ claims?
Store linkDid Jesus ever claim to be the Son of God, Lord, or any type of divine figure?
Store linkWhat hope is there for those who are suffering in this life?
Store linkWhat does the Christian faith say about the problem of evil?
Store linkWhat evidence shows that it is probable that both God and evil exist?
Store linkWhy is the knowledge of God an “incommensurable” good?
Store linkWhy is the teaching of eternal life important in regard to the existence of evil in this life?
Store linkDoes man’s state of rebellion against God help explain the existence of evil?
Store linkDoes the Bible acknowledge the existence of evil?
Store linkIs it “probable” that God and evil can coexist?
Store linkAre the coexistence of God and evil logically consistent?
Store linkIs it possible to give a rational account for the coexistence of God and the suffering in the world?
Store linkHow can a good God who is all-loving and all-powerful, allow so much evil and suffering in the world?
Store linkWhat can we conclude from the scientific and philosophical evidence for an absolute beginning of the universe?
Store linkHow do the laws of thermodynamics support the premise that the universe “began to exist”?
Store linkHow can you illustrate the expansion of space from the absolute beginning of the universe?
Store linkWhat philosophical arguments are given to support the premise that “the universe began to exist”?
Store linkWhat evidence supports the premise that “whatever begins to exist has a cause”?
Store linkWhat is the Kalam cosmological argument?
Store linkCan you know that God exists apart from the arguments, simply by personally experiencing Him?
Store linkHow do the life, death and resurrection of Jesus point to the existence of God?
Store linkHow does the presence of objective moral values in the world argue for the existence of God?
Store linkHow does the fine tuning of the universe point to an intelligent designer?
Store linkWhy is the origin of the universe a good reason to believe that God exists?
Store linkHow does the origin of the universe indicate that God exists?
Store linkWhat are five good reasons to believe God exists?
Store linkHow can “finding God” bring happiness to your life?
Store linkWhat two conditions does Christianity provide that allow you to live a meaningful, valuable and purposeful life?
Store linkWhat is the “noble lie” advocated by Dr. L. D. Rue?
Store linkIs it possible to live as though there were no objective moral values and duties?
Store linkIs it possible to live a meaningful and happy life without God?
Store linkIf there is no God, is there any ultimate purpose for life?
Store linkIf God does not exist, who sets the standard for what is “right” and “wrong”?
Store linkIf God does not exist, is there any ultimate meaning for life?
Store linkWhat difference does it make whether God exists or not?
Store linkIf you have come to believe Jesus was the Messiah, what should you do with that information?
Store linkWhy should we conclude that Jesus was the promised Messiah?
Store linkWho is the “Anointed One” of Daniel 9:24-26?
Store linkHow does the expansion of the universe support the premise that “the universe began to exist”?
Store linkTo whom did Jesus offer forgiveness through his death?
Store linkWhat do the messianic prophecies tell us about God’s love for us?
Store linkWhat does Zechariah 12:10 tell us about the Messiah?
Store linkDid scholars of Jesus’ day realize Micah 5:2 referred to his birth?
Store linkDoes the Bible name the specific city where Messiah would be born?
Store linkIf Jesus is the “Son of Man” of Daniel 7?
Store linkWho is the “Son of Man” in Daniel 7?
Store linkWhy is Messiah identified as “Jehovah our Righteousness”?
Store linkWho is the “Righteous Branch” of Jeremiah 23:5-6?
Store linkWhy should people take the Bible seriously?
Store linkShould Jewish people of today accept Jesus as the Messiah?
Store linkDoes Isaiah 53 show that the Messiah would die and then be resurrected?
Store linkDoes Isaiah 53 actually apply to Jesus, or is that simply reading into the text?
Store linkDid Jesus claim to be the Son of God?
Store linkWhy are Jews even today not comfortable with Isaiah 53?
Store linkWhat can we learn about Jesus from Isaiah 53:7-9?
Store linkHow did first century Jews understand Isaiah 53 in relation to Jesus?
Store linkWhy was the Messiah punished for our sins?
Store linkWhat does Isaiah 53 tell us about Messiah’s work of atonement?
Store linkWhy is the “servant of the Lord” rejected by his people?
Store linkDoes the Bible give clues to Messiah’s identity?
Store linkWhy will the servant of Isaiah 53 be rejected?
Store linkWho is the “servant” of Isaiah 52:13-15?
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