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Is it all right for a Christian to believe in astrology and discover God's plan for his or her life through a horoscope?
Astrology is offensive to God because it attributes to planets and stars the power that belongs to God alone and because it tries to find the will of God by other means than God has appointed.
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Why are there so many questions about God that no one seems to have the answers to?
There are some questions we cannot answer now because God in His wisdom has simply not chosen to reveal this information in the Bible.
I think the world would be better off without any organized religion. What do you think?
Billy Graham writes, "You want to run your own life, and you don't want anyone else—including God—to tell you how to live. But is that wise?"
Religion is just a matter of personal preference, and "truth" doesn't have anything to do with it.
Billy Graham writes, "Do you honestly think everything in life is just a matter of personal opinion, and there is no such thing as truth? I doubt it."
Why aren't Christians open to the idea of reincarnation?
Billy Graham writes, "Christians reject reincarnation for two main reasons."
Scholars on TV cast doubt on some of the things we've always believed. Are they right?
Billy Graham writes, "No, they are not. If the producers of this program were fair, they also interviewed scholars who are convinced the Gospels are accurate."
I'm an atheist, because I just can't see believing in something you can't prove.
Billy Graham writes, "Has it ever occurred to you that as an atheist you also believe in something you can't prove?"
Why do Christians keep claiming that they alone have the truth about God?
Billy Graham writes, "God is the source of all truth—and He has revealed the truth about Himself to us. Christians believe God did this in a way that staggers our imagination: He became a human being."
Did Judas do what he did of his own free will when he betrayed Jesus?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible makes it clear that Judas was entirely responsible for the decision he made to betray Jesus."
Some people get very upset with me because I'm an atheist.
Billy Graham writes, "The opposite should be true, for God wants me to love you just as much as He does (even if you don't believe in Him). At the same time, this doesn't mean I don't have the right to challenge your beliefs."
Once a person is a convinced atheist, is there any hope of becoming a believer again?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, of course it's possible for a convinced atheist to become a believer—if they aren't close-minded."
Now that I'm older I'm beginning to think about God a lot. Is this common when a person grows up in a religious home but then rejects it?
Billy Graham writes, "People who rebel against God early in life sometimes do stop to think about the path they've taken, and eventually turn back to God. I pray this will be your experience."
I think it's ridiculous to say there is such a thing as right and wrong.
Billy Graham writes, "Within every one of us is some idea of right and wrong—what we sometimes call our conscience. ... The Bible says God gave it to us."
How can you prove the existence of God? The answer is, you can't. Atheism is the only sane belief, in my view.
Billy Graham writes, "Over the years, I've met many leading scientists and other intellectuals who not only believed in God, but told me they had concluded it was far more logical to believe in God than to disbelieve in Him."
What makes Jesus different from any other religious leader who has ever lived?
Billy Graham writes, "Only Jesus died and then came back to life by the power of God, never to die again."
Do you have to put your brains on the shelf and commit intellectual suicide if you become a Christian?
Billy Graham writes, "Some of the most intelligent people I've ever met were men and women who were highly respected in their fields but also deeply committed to Jesus Christ."
Law professor and author Phillip Johnson examines the theory of evolution and defends the truth of creation.
From Skepticism to Belief
Josh McDowell explains the evidence that led him to believe in the Resurrection, the New Testament and Jesus Christ.