Monthly Archives: May 2015

Campaigns

Today’s question comes from Sharon.  She wrote:  “Seems like people always have to have a campaign. At one time it was divorce, then speaking in tongues, music, etc. now, it is homosexuality. Getting divorced, speaking in tongues, not speaking in … Continue reading

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Interfaith Dialogue

Today’s question comes from Beverly.  She wrote: “I have a question for you, Craig: What are the benefits of interfaith dialogue, and what is the best way to structure such a dialogue to reap those benefits? What kinds of topics … Continue reading

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Hell?

The next question for conversation comes from Olivia.  She wrote: “What kind of person, do you think, actually goes to hell? I know God tries to save everybody–He loves us so much; I hope that not that many actually are … Continue reading

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Explaining Faith to a Child

The first of two questions I received yesterday came from Stevie.  I’ll write on Stevie’s question first, and then address Olivia’s question either later today or tomorrow.  Here’s what Stevie wrote. “Yesterday my 8 year old granddaughter said to me, … Continue reading

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Facing Despair

I was starting to wonder if I would get a chance to write again since it had been awhile since anyone had submitted a question for our consideration.  Tonight, Yvette sent a great question.  Thank you, Yvette!  Let me take … Continue reading

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