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Is it a violation of the sanctity of human life to execute a murderer?
The sacredness of human life is at the very heart of the difficult question of capital punishment.
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I'm turned off by the political rhetoric in the news today. As a Christian, am I obligated to vote in public elections?
There is no question that Christians should vote. Christians can honor God and assist in guiding our nation by voting in elections at all levels of government.
Is it always wrong to cheat on taxes?
Billy Graham writes, "When you cheat on your taxes, you're stealing money from your government—and ultimately from those it helps."
Is it wrong for someone with a strong faith in God to take pills for depression?
Billy Graham writes, "Depression can be caused by chemical imbalances in the brain. When this is the case, it often can be treated with medication."
What's wrong with speeding a little bit, as long as it isn't hurting anyone?
Billy Graham writes, "I suspect hundreds—even thousands—of people who are reading this wish they could sit down and tell you exactly how dangerous speeding really is."
What good does it do to pray for vague things like world peace?
Billy Graham writes, "Have you ever asked yourself what the world might be like if people didn't pray?"
What good does it do to pray? In spite of all our prayers, things just seem to be getting worse, not better.
Billy Graham writes, "Although we may be unaware of it, God is at work behind the scenes, and He often works in response to our prayers."
Do you think people will ever learn to get along with each other so that wars and conflicts will eventually cease?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible does not promise that we will ever have complete peace on this earth—not until Christ comes again to establish His perfect kingdom of righteousness and justice."
How bad will the world have to get before God will step in and judge it?
Billy Graham writes, "We don't know exactly when Christ will come again. But we know that He will—and when He does, the darkness will vanish in the light of His righteousness."
I'm very concerned about things like global warming and pollution.
Billy Graham writes, "God put us here to be stewards or trustees of the world—to take care of it and use it responsibly."
What do you think is the greatest problem facing the world today, and why?
Billy Graham writes, "I am convinced that the greatest problem facing the world today is our need for moral and spiritual renewal."
I moved to America almost 10 years ago. I thought America was a Christian nation, but many I know don't have much religion.
Billy Graham writes, "Since its beginning, America has been deeply influenced by the Judeo-Christian tradition and by the teachings of the Bible."
Don't you think all our problems would be solved if we just could learn to love each other?
Billy Graham writes, "We don't have the power to love others the way we should. Our basic problem, the Bible says, is within us—within our own hearts and minds."
Some people think you can't be a Christian and also be in politics. Do you think that's true?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible is full of examples of men and women who gave leadership to their people, and yet did not compromise their moral and spiritual convictions."
Do you think the world's religions will ever get together and stop fighting each other?
Billy Graham writes, "I am not a pacifist, and I believe nations and peoples have a right to defend themselves from aggression. But God's work is advanced by the power of love, not the power of hate."
Our daughter's teacher ridicules people who say they believe God created us. How can we help?
Billy Graham writes, "In spite of what her teacher says, many outstanding scientists believe in God and see no conflict between their science and their faith."
There is so much evil in the world. Why doesn't God do something about it if He is really all-powerful?
Billy Graham writes, "I still don't know the full answer. But I do know this: God is real—but so is Satan, and the evil we see all around us comes from him, not from God."
I've just been in shock about the damage done by Hurricane Katrina. Why did God let it happen—or does He even care?
Billy Graham writes, "I do know this: God cares very deeply about every person whose life has been touched by this tragedy. In the midst of their suffering and hardship, God has not abandoned them."
Do you think God judges nations as well as individuals?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, God does judge nations as well as individuals—and we ignore His judgment at our peril. The Bible warns that someday 'He will judge the nations, heaping up the dead and crushing the rulers of the whole earth' (Psalm 110:6)."
Does God still judge nations for their sins, like He did in Old Testament times? How bad does a nation have to get?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, God still judges nations for their sins—just as He still judges individuals. The Bible is clear: 'You may be sure that your sin will find you out' (Numbers 32:23)."