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Authored by BGEA Staff
I get tired of my religious friends trying to tell me how I ought to live.
Our congregation just elected me a deacon, and while I'm honored and all that, down inside I'm nervous and not sure I'm really up to it.
Why do we have to die?
We don't know anybody here, and anyway, I feel so useless with nothing to do. Did we make a mistake by moving here?
You'll probably say it's not too late to turn to God, but I have a hard time believing it. Why should I?
Won't God just laugh at me if I try to turn to Him now?
I've noticed several times in your column that you say salvation is a "free gift" from God. Does this mean I don't have to be good in order to go to heaven?
I still believe in God, but I've had it with church.
I'm taking a class on world religions at our local community college, and one of the topics we've been discussing is how religion got started. Where do you think it came from?
I wish my wife would quit getting after me just because I like a few drinks after work.
Have you ever met anyone who absolutely did not believe in God?
Sometimes I really believe in God, but then my belief fades.