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

Ankerberg Q&A

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Store link If you can’t find meaning for your life in the world or religion, what can Jesus offer you?
Store link If God does not exist, what does that mean for a meaningful moral framework?
Store link How did Nietzche’s writings influence Hitler, Stalin, and Mussolini?
Store link Why is the question of “Can man live without God?” so important for people to answer?
Store link May people in India are still searching and have not found answers in their religions. Why?
Store link Ravi Zacharias, how did you come to know Jesus Christ as Savior?
Store link A lot of people say that the trials of Jesus before the Jewish high priest never took place. Why?
Store link What group was responsible for executing Jesus?
Store link Why did Jesus go to Jerusalem, knowing the danger He faced?
Store link What changed Paul into a believer in Jesus Christ?
Store link Is there any naturalistic explanation that scholars have brought up to replace the resurrection that is more plausible than what the disciples said?
Store link What effect did Jesus’ resurrection have on the church in Jerusalem?
Store link What effect did Jesus’ death and resurrection have on His disciples?
Store link How should we approach the Gospel accounts about Jesus?
Store link What is the meaning of Jesus’ touching the lepers?
Store link What did Jesus’ family think of His ministry?
Store link Did Jesus perform miracles?
Store link Is the message of Jesus in the New Testament a political message?
Store link Was Jesus a member of the Essene community?
Store link How much influence did Jesus’ environment have on His views?
Store link What did Jesus look like?
Store link What did Jesus mean when He referred to “The Kingdom of God”?
Store link When Jesus agreed that He was “the Christ, the Son of the Blessed,” did the Jewish religious leaders understand what He was saying?
Store link Was Jesus telling the truth when He claimed to be God?
Store link Do the stories about Jesus’ birth in Matthew and Luke contradict one another?
Store link How can scholars look at the same information but reach such different conclusions from it?
Store link Is it true or false that, among scholars, that the gospel writers are considered not to be eyewitnesses?
Store link Are the Gospel accounts contradictory and therefore unreliable?
Store link What kind of evidence is available about Jesus? Is it reliable?
Store link Who were the eyewitnesses Paul references in 1 Corinthians 15?
Store link What is the gospel?
Store link Why were the creedal statements so important to early Christianity?
Store link What New Testament books will skeptics accept as authoritative?
Store link What historical facts about the resurrection will even skeptics accept?
Store link Why do biblical scholars say Paul met with Peter and James? What happened at that meeting?
Store link When and from whom did Paul receive the information he preached to the Corinthians (and wrote in his books to them)?
Store link What was the message Paul taught in 1 Corinthians?
Store link How soon after Jesus died on the cross did Paul write 1 Corinthians?
Store link How can you argue the resurrection with skeptics using the Bible?
Store link What seven New Testament books do most skeptical scholars accept, and why?
Store link What five minimal facts will even skeptical scholars accept on the basis of the historical evidence?
Store link How do Christians usually argue for the resurrection?
Store link How would a “good liberal” approach facts about the resurrection?
Store link What are some modern-day skeptics saying about the truth of the resurrection?
Store link What are some beliefs about the resurrection of Jesus that have changed in the last 30-40 years?
Store link What are some things about Jesus that skeptics will not believe?
Store link What are five facts about the historic Jesus you can present to secular students?
Store link Why is it important for Christians to study biblical prophecy?
Store link Will there be a temple on the temple mount in the last days?
Store link What is the problem with how Replacement theologians interpret the Bible?
Store link Has the Church replace Israel as the recipient of the promises of God given in the Old Testament?
Store link Will the Antichrist be a Muslim, or from a Muslim background?
Store link How close are we to the rapture, tribulation and Ezekiel 38 war?
Store link Where is Iran mentioned in the Bible?
Store link What role, if any, will ISIS and Iran play in end time events?
Store link What is the difference between the rapture and the second coming in terms of God’s mercy and grace?
Store link What kind of bodies will believers possess at the rapture vs the second coming?
Store link What signs are given for the rapture vs the second coming?
Store link When does Jesus come at the rapture vs the second coming in relation to the tribulation?
Store link Who is taken from earth and who is left at the rapture vs the second coming?
Store link Who removes people from the earth at the rapture vs the second coming?
Store link What are some of the events that will happen between the rapture and the second coming?
Store link What will cause Israel to be living in “peace and safety”?
Store link Will there be any signs that the Ezekiel 38 war is about to take place?
Store link When will the Ezekiel 38 war take place?
Store link Why will the coalition mentioned in Ezekiel 38 come together to attack Israel?
Store link What nations will be involved in the Ezekiel 38 war?
Store link “What does the Bible tells about two wars that will take place in the end times? “
Store link What did the early Christians believe about the doctrine of imminency?
Store link Would God really allow people to go to hell?
Store link What did the Jews believe about “the wrath to come”?    
Store link What is implied by the use of the Greek word “ek,” meaning out of, or from?    
Store link What does “imminency” mean for Christians?    
Store link What does the Greek word translated “to wait” tell us about when Jesus will return?    
Store link Why do we believe the Bible teaches Jesus could return at any moment?    
Store link What do 1 Corinthians 14, John 14 and 1 Thessalonians 4 teach us about Jesus’ return?
Store link What do 1 Thessalonians 4, 1 Corinthians 14 and John 14 tell us about the rapture?
Store link What happens once Christians meet the Lord in the air at the rapture?
Store link How is Jesus preparing a place for us in heaven?
Store link What does John 14:1-3 tell us about the rapture?
Store link How quickly will the rapture take place?
Store link What will happen to Christians at the rapture?
Store link Did the disciples know Jesus was coming back?
Store link What was the “mystery” Paul reveals in 1 Corinthians 15:51-52?
Store link How can you be sure you won’t be “left behind” in the rapture?
Store link Why is the rapture such an important topic?
Store link What is the post-tribulation view of the rapture?
Store link What is the pre-wrath view of the rapture?
Store link What are some of the events that will happen between the rapture and the second coming?
Store link Are some of the Ezekiel 38 nations already forming coalitions?
Store link What will cause Israel to be living in “peace and safety”?
Store link Will there be any signs that the Ezekiel 38 war is about to take place?
Store link When will the Ezekiel 38 war take place?
Store link Why will the coalition mentioned in Ezekiel 38 come together to attack Israel?
Store link What nations will be involved in the Ezekiel 38 war?
Store link “What does the Bible tells about two wars that will take place in the end times?”
Store link What does the Bible say about unity in the Body (the Church)?
Store link How can we avoid allowing Satan to influence us?
Store link How can we be angry without sinning?
Store link What does the Bible say about lying?