The mission of this website, managed by the Holly Street church of Christ in Denver, is to provide “Bible-based answers to your Bible-based questions.” Visitors can submit questions and get personalized answers, or they can find prepared answers, sermons, lessons and other materials about specific topics.
The Bible Speaks
This website, compiled by Richie and Lonette White, addresses an array of topics in scripture-by-scripture tables. The broad categories range from authority and baptism to false teachings and salvation, with narrower topics incorporated into each category. Within the baptism category, for instance, students can see examples of water baptism in the Bible, learn about the baptism of the Holy Spirit and more.
Short Answers to Tough Questions
Do you think the world is coming to an end very soon? Will the United States fall before Jesus returns? What does the Bible say about abortion? How can we know the Bible is really the word of God? Is evolution totally wrong? Get short answers to these compelling modern-day questions and plenty of others.
Short Essays on Various Bible Topics
This collection of more than 50 articles by David J. Riggs, via the Oak Ridge church of Christ in Knoxville, Tenn., includes a series of articles about the church’s authority to provide “fellowship meals. Riggs also tackles topics like divorce, homosexuality, instrumental music and gossip. One short essay cites scriptures to answer questions such as “How does Jesus speak to us today?” and “Will good people of all churches be saved?”
Study the Bible
A congregation in Tennessee created this website as a way for people to ask what is on their mind as the questions relate to biblical principles. The website organizes the reader questions and the subsequent answers into dozens of categories. Examples include angels, Christmas, dancing, gambling, miracles, repentance, sin and Bible words.
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Disclaimer: A listing on this website is not an endorsement of the content as containing truth. Readers should always compare the words of men to the scriptures.