Q: How do you know God is real? A: Did it ever occur to you that her argument would be just as valid if you reversed it?
Q: I'm very disillusioned, because one of the most prominent leaders in one of our local churches just got caught in adultery.
Q: Our college-age son says he doesn't believe in God anymore. A: In all honesty, you probably can't convince your son that he's wrong right now - because he's probably not willing to admit that he might be. What, then, can you do?
Q: I'd like to believe in God, but I just can't. No matter how hard I try, God just doesn't seem real to me. What would you say to someone like me?
Q: If the Gospel is true, then why don't more people believe in Jesus and become His followers? What is their main problem, in your experience?
I know preachers like to say that God gave marriage to us, but I think my marriages must have come from the devil.
Q: Our 7-year-old son asked us to ask you this question: Do you think there's intelligent life on other planets?
Q: I'm a high school teacher, and it's been a very discouraging year for me. I can't even count the number of my students who've gotten pregnant, or are on drugs, or get drunk every weekend, etc.
They thought Jesus had come to establish a new political kingdom, with Him as its king.
Q: I stupidly passed on some gossip about a good friend of mine, never dreaming it would get back to her. But it did ...
Have you ever thought about how stubborn we often are - and how much it hurts us?
Q: Can you give me even one good reason to go to church? A: I'm sorry you had a bad experience in this church - but can you honestly say that every church is like this?
Q: I've always heard that prayer changes things, but if that's true I must not be praying right, because I still have the same old problems. A: No, people aren't wrong who say God always answers our prayers.
Q: We've had a lot of financial problems in the last year, and the worst part about it is that it's tearing our marriage apart.
Q: My boyfriend and I are planning to get married in a few months, and I'd like to ask you a question.
We don't always know why God allows evil and injustice to happen; some day we'll understand - but not yet.
Q: What is our greatest need today as a nation, do you think? A: It's not only important - it's the most important subject imaginable for the future of our society. Why is this?
Don't be satisfied with anything less than God's will for your future spouse.
Q: We're brokenhearted, because the baby we'd looked forward to having for years died after only 10 days of life.
Q: I know you'll probably say it isn't right to feel this way, but someone did something to me that really hurt me a few months ago, and all I can think about is getting back at them.
Q: I know I'm supposed to trust God for the future, but I'm having a hard time doing that right now.
In many ways, our society has become more and more secular in recent years, and one sign of this is the growing number of people who completely ignore God. But this isn't the whole story.
Some people today worship their money or social position or possessions just as devoutly as people in the ancient world worshipped an image made of gold or wood or stone.
Q: Is suicide the unforgivable sin, as some people say?
Q: Recently, a friend had a kidney transplant that probably saved his life, and it's made me want to be an organ donor. Would anything in the Bible forbid this?