Bible Questions & Answers

frequently asked Bible questions with answer links

What is the Bible exactly? How did we get the Bible? (Answer)

The actual word Bible derives from Byblos, the Greek name of the Phoenician city, Gebal. The Greeks called this city Byblos due to its importance in the bublos Egyptian "papyrus" trade. Writings or books were written using papyrus, so books were called biblia by the Greeks. So when many say the word Bible is not written in the actual Bible, this is why. The scriptures were on the scrolls then later copied into what we know today as the Bible. 

What was "Adam and Eve" first sin, the serpent seed? (Answer) 

Was "Adam" the first human, and how did they grow a family if they were first all directly related? If we are all one race on earth from Adam, how did different nationalities begin and different languages?  (Answer) 

Accurate Biblical Translation: ISR2009 (Answer)

What is the Torah? Do Christians still follow it? (Answer)

Why is it not healthy to eat Pig (Swine) meat? (Answer)

What is the Trinity? Is it biblical? (Answer) 

What is the Biblical timeline of dates and events? (Answer) 

Did Christianity, Jesus life, Copy Paganism or Pagan Gods? No! (Answer Part 1) (Part 2) 


What do the scriptures say about Karma, Reincarnation? (Answer) 


Is Hindu the oldest religion? (Answer)

It is taught that it is, however the religion has no known exact start date nor known founder. The religion has changed names over the thousands of years and is really  known as "Santana Dharma" meaning eternal religion. Hindu is a more modern name for the religion. Their beliefs / teachings have changed over the thousands / hundreds of years. 


What is the difference between Jesus and Buddha? (Answer) 


How do you explain the New Age Movement? (Answer) 


What is the truth behind what many call a Rapture? (Answer) 

What is an Angel? 

The word “angel” actually comes from the Greek word aggelos, which means “messenger.” The matching Hebrew word mal'ak has the same meaning.

What does the scriptures say about Angels? (Answer) 

I am good enough, why would I need a savior?

Jesus Christ was the only one “good enough” to sacrifice his life for our sins.  When we accept by faith that he did that for us, he becomes our Savior. We are then “good enough” to stand in the presence of God forever. 

The definition of “good” is a relevant term apart from the Bible where God’s absolute standards are defined. In order for us to see our standard as lacking we must be willing to consider there is a higher standard, a perfect standard, God’s standard. 

God initially gave man ten simple laws (Ten Commandments) to follow, but he couldn’t follow them, and we’re no different. You see, when Jesus taught, he elaborated on those commandments by saying, the law is broken even when it’s still in "thought" form. For example Jesus said, “You have heard that it was said, 'Do not commit adultery.' But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart” (Matthew 5:27-28). This principle applies to each of the commandments. No one can ever be made right with God by doing good, keeping the law, or by following any other religious rules. It’s just not good enough. The law simply shows us how sinful we are. But God has shown us a way to be made right with him without keeping the requirements of the law, as was promised in the writings of Moses and the prophets long ago. We are made right with God by placing our faith in Jesus Christ. And this is true for everyone who believes, no matter who we are (Romans 3:9-31). 

Biblical 2 Witness Rule - what does it mean?

One example of the 2 witness rule: Many who speak saying "they have proof from God" in some direct way and want others to believe without any witnesses to their story, well there is a 2 witness rule in the scriptures we must all follow. For example: Jesus had 2 witnesses say: listen to him - do all that he says. Jesus Father spoke down from heaven, and Jesus mother Mary said it when Jesus had turned the water into wine. (Luke 9:35 / John 2:5).