If You Could Ask God Any Question…?
Have you ever wished you could ask God a question? Do you have questions about the Bible or the Christian faith that you would love to have answered? Well I have good news: The Bible has many answers that you might not be aware of. In order to help share answers to people’s questions I will soon be providing a free podcast called “Christianity Questions and Answers.”
Here’s the new Christianity Questions and Answers podcast artwork
The plan is to answer any and all questions about Jesus, the Bible, the church and anything else about the Christian faith.
I commit to giving you the most biblical, reasonable, balanced answer I can. Along with my own answers, I will be interviewing Bible scholars, pastors, professors and other Christian leaders to get their answers as well.
So, I would love to answer your questions.
As you can see, the artwork for the podcast is already prepared. Our son Danny Williams has prepared the bumper music and I have recorded 10 questions and answers already.
If you don’t know how to listen to podcasts, or why you should, check out my article on Don’t Miss the Joy of Podcasts.
If you don’t know what podcasts are, think of them as like DVR or TiVo. They are like on-demand radio programs. Some or many however, like mine, are not created for radio—they are created for podcasting.
I hope you will get started listening to podcasts and experience the joy of podcasts. Then you’ll be ready for my own podcast when it comes out midyear.
For now, what questions do you have?
So far I have tackled 10 questions, maybe these will give you some ideas of what you would like to ask. The 10 questions answered so far are:
Are all sins equal?
Where do dinosaurs fit in the Bible?
Why aren’t my prayers answered?
Where did God come from?
How can I get closer to God?
Will Christians be held accountable?
If Jesus was Jewish, why aren’t we Christians Jewish?
Is it okay to be angry at God?
Would you please explain this dilemma: The closer I am to the Father and the more I serve Him, the harder the devil attacks?
If I commit suicide, will I go to hell?
You have several options for sending your questions:
Leave a voice message where it says “Send Voicemail” at the bottom of my website.
Write your question at the bottom of this article.Use “Contact Me” at the top of my website. This is a good option if you want to remain anonymous.
Email me: email@example.com
I am looking forward to answering your questions on my upcoming podcast “Christianity Questions and Answers.”