Fundamental Questions Answered from the Bible

Find the Answers in the Bible for Yourself!

The last book of the Bible was written 1,900 years ago. In that time, empires have risen and fallen: Rome is gone; Charlemagne’s empire has vanished; mighty Britannia has given her children their freedom. Major wars have been fought. New philosophies have come into vogue and have declined. Electronic technology has improved and become common place. In light of all this, the Bible may seem like a quaint but archaic book, good only for gathering dust on the shelf or for analyzing in a classroom.

What could the Bible possibly have to say that would be relevant to us and our particular needs in the Twenty-first Century? Surprisingly, it has a lot to say! This is partly because fundamental human needs haven’t changed at all in 2,000 years and partly because God inspired scripture to speak to people in every age. So, the Bible we have today continues to answer the basic questions people are asking. You can look up the scripture references yourself and see what you think. For example:

  • Is there a God, and if so, what is He like? (See Psalm 14:1, Romans 1:19-20, John 3:16, etc).
  • How did the universe come into being? (See Hebrews 11:3, Genesis chapters 1 and 2, etc.)
  • Why do humans have a strong tendency to hurt others, break widely accepted rules and live for themselves? Is there some basic flaw in us? (See Genesis chapter 3, Romans 1: 18ff, 3:9-18, etc.)
  • Is there some way to correct this flaw and have acceptance with God? (See John 14:6, Romans 3:22-23, Galatians 5:24).
  • Is there any basis for real brotherhood among people? (See Genesis 1:27-28, 10:32, Romans 10:12, etc.)
  • Does life have any meaning or purpose? (See John 10:10, John 17:3).
  • Is there life after death? (See Revelation 20:11-15, Luke 23:40-43, John 14:2, Revelation 7:9).

These questions and many others are answered in the book of books, known as the Bible. I challenge you to search for its answers yourself. You might just be delighted by what you find!

Michael Bogart For more articles like this one, check out my website: mbogart.com

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Jeff 6 years ago

Why is Israel described as two nations, two kingdoms?

“Because thou hast said, These two nations and these two countries shall be mine, and we will possess it; whereas the LORD was there:” (Ezek. 35:10.)

Ezek. 37:22: “…and they shall be no more two nations neither shall they be divided into two kingdoms any more at all.”

Jeff


Mike 6 years ago

Hi Jeff--Good question. The people of Israel were a united nation under kings David and Solomon. After Solomon's time, Israel was divided into the northern group, who continued to be called Israel or sometimes as Ephraim, and the southern group who then became known as Judah (from whence come the Jews). Ezekiel is predicting a reuniting of the two estranged kingdoms in the verses you cite. Hope this helps. Mike Bogart

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