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Where did all the different races come from?
Billy Graham writes, "God created [the races] and gave them their unique identity. ... But God did not create the strife between races, nor did He intend for it to be that way."
I think we need more love in the world, don't you?
Billy Graham writes, "Who could disagree with the idea that we need more love in the world? ... But why don't we love others? Why are there so many wars going on in the world?"
Why does religion always seem to oppose things like sexual freedom?
Billy Graham writes, "God has given us certain moral and spiritual rules—not to restrict us, but to protect us."
How do I talk to my son about sex without sounding preachy?
Billy Graham writes, "The key, I believe, will be to let him know that you really love him."
Do you think it's possible to be a Christian and also hold public office?
Billy Graham writes, "Over the years I have known a number of men and women who were devout Christians and who also held public office ..."
Do you think there is any hope for the future?
Billy Graham writes, "Never forget that even when the future is unclear, God is with us and helps us when we know Christ." Read his answer now!
What should we allow our children to watch on TV?
Billy Graham writes, "Images they see now will be with them the rest of their lives, molding their characters—for good or for ill."
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?"
My wife is always getting after me because she says I work too much. I do put in 12 hours or so a day...What should i do?
Billy Graham writes, "I hope you will think carefully about what you're doing—and why. ... The most important thing you have to give your wife and children is your love."
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Is it appropriate for a Christian to gamble?
For the believer in Jesus Christ, all forms of gambling—from the office raffle to casino gambling or the state lottery—are unacceptable.
Why do men seem to have a harder time being serious about God than women?
Billy Graham writes, "Some men believe it is a sign of weakness to admit they need God, and they don't like to do this."
Do you think God is going to step in and judge our society for the way we're living?
Billy Graham writes, "God has blessed us in many ways, but we must never assume that He will ignore our sins or pretend they don't matter."
I work in a group home for mentally handicapped adults, and most of them can't understand who God is or anything like that.
Billy Graham writes, "No, those you see every day may not be able to understand very much about God. But they can sense God's love for them by seeing it in your life."
If Jesus came to earth now instead of 2,000 years ago, do you think people would treat Him any differently?
Billy Graham writes, "One thing has not changed over the centuries, and that is the human heart. Down inside, we are all born apart from God, and we grow up selfish."
I think anyone in prison who claims they've gotten religion is faking it. They're just trying to impress the parole board.
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, perhaps some are faking their commitment to Christ; even one of Jesus' closest disciples (Judas) turned out to be a fake. ... But does that mean no one has ever believed in Jesus and had their life turned around?"
Some people want to use space in our church basement to start a community food bank, but a couple of people in our church oppose the plan.
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible makes it very clear that God is concerned about those who are hungry or needy. If He is concerned about them, shouldn't we be also?"
My biggest problem is that I'm just a very disorganized person. What have you found useful to help you get organized?
Billy Graham writes, "Your question actually is a spiritual one, because if we're always disorganized, we'll never accomplish everything God wants us to do."
Do you think computers could ever take over the world someday?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible doesn't mention computers, of course—but it does assure us that God is in control of the universe, and nothing (including computers) will ever take His place."
Shouldn't we strive to do away with things that are bad, and try to make a perfect world?
Billy Graham writes, "God wants us to fight sin and work for a better world—but this world will never become perfect until sin and death and Satan are removed from it. And that will never happen until Christ comes again to rule in glory."
Do you think religion might be in danger of going out of existence some day?
Billy Graham writes, "[God] is sovereign, and He is still in control of human history—and His plan for us will not be blocked."