“God Comes as Man in the Old Testament” and other Q&A by David Guzik

God Comes as Man in the Old Testament. Listen to pastor David Guzik talk about this topic and answer questions posed to him during his Q&A session on the 23rd of June 2022.

  • I suspect I know what you’ll say for why Jesus’ risen body was scared. Do you think our resurrected bodies will be wounded too?
  • Ezekiel 38 talks about Gog who comes from the North of Israel. In Daniel 11 it mentions the king of the North. Are these people the same person?
  • Are there any sins that are unforgivable according to scripture?
  • If our bodies are a temple; does this apply to tattoos, piercings, make up, etc?
  • What do you say about dating or marrying someone who is not a Christian?
  • In what proportion would you allocate church budget between Building, Welfare, Utilities and Salaries?
  • How do you explain 14-year-old Ishmael was described like a baby in Genesis 21:15?
  • Are faith and belief synonymous, or is faith a knowledge claim?
  • When we consider mourning sin as mentioned in the Sermon on the Mount, how should we approach this without completely pushing others away from Christ and the message?
  • Did Cain, Abel, and Seth marry? If so, what were the names of their wives?
  • What are great books to read or resources?
  • Is it a sin and/or dishonoring to God, if one lies to protect a life?
God Comes as Man in the Old Testament and Q&A for June 23, 2022 – David Guzik

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