Is cremation a Christian practice? When we die are we asleep until the second coming or are we in heaven the minute we die?
And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good…
How do we know Hell is real and not made up from the early Catholic church to scare people into belief?
Is it possible to lose salvation? For example, can a Christian choose not to believe anymore, or is that just proof that you were never truly saved in the first place?
Continuing in our series, Asking for a Friend, it’s the universal question: Why do bad things happen to good people? But do we really want to know why?
Why is the Book of Enoch referenced in Jude, but the Book of Enoch is not in the Bible?
Are some actions preordained outside the general context of free will?
We asked you to send in tough questions for our new series, Asking for a Friend. One question that came up numerous times is around the matter of suicide and whether suicide can be forgiven by God.
We sat down with Renee Ross, who lost her son Riley to suicide, and discussed their journey and how they wrestled with the question, "is suicide an unforgivable sin?"