ALL THE BIBLE QUESTIONS IN ONE PLACE
When reading the Bible we often encounter passages that leave us puzzled and wondering. We believe the Bible is the Word of God and therefore cannot contain any errors, which is why we present a list of questions per book and their answers.
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Before reading through the answers presented, please note that these may not be the true answers, as there are many other ministries that have different views on all these matters and in the end, only God knows the whole truth. But do these different views matter on points such as the flood, tower of Babel and so forth? No, it does not. We leave this quote of Dr. William Lane Craig to explain why:
When people ask me what unanswered questions I still have, I tell them, “I don’t know what to do with these Old Testament stories about Noah and the ark, the Tower of Babel, and so on.” I don’t have any good answer how to resolve these problems. Yet these unanswered difficulties have not kept me from Christian faith or from abandoning Christian faith. Why not?
Well, a large part of the reason, as you note, is that the truth of what C. S. Lewis called “mere Christianity” doesn’t stand or fall with such questions. “Mere Christianity” denotes those central truths of a Christian worldview. If a person believes that God exists and raised Jesus from the dead in vindication of his allegedly blasphemous personal clams, then one ought to be a Christian, and the rest is details, a matter of in-house debate among Christians. Questions about the historical reliability of these ancient Jewish texts just has no direct bearing on whether God exists or Jesus of Nazareth rose from the dead. Can you imagine any historian denying the historicity of some event in the Gospels because, say, the story of the Tower of Babel is a myth? - Reasonable Faith