The Bible Answer Site has been designed to be used in a variety of ways.
Some of you will use it to take full semester courses on biblical subjects.
Others will continually use this website as a reference source to discover answers to your Bible questions.
There are those who will use it as a textbook from which to teach others.
Some may wish to test their Bible knowledge and go directly to the test questions. With over 13,500 test questions on our site, this can keep you busy for quite some time!
These are just some of the many ways in which this site can be used.
Basically, the site has been designed so that each person can use it in whatever way best fits them. It’s up to you how you want to use it.
Some Sample Questions And Answers
We want each of you to be able to get an idea of how we go about answering questions on this website. Since you may want to “try before you buy” we’ve provided four sample answers. We thought you might enjoy reading our answers to these particular questions. Also, our first question has an audio file so you can listen to the answer as well as reading it.
Who Speaks For God? Is It The Bible Or The Bible And Something Else?
How Should We Approach The Issue Of The Rapture Of The Church?
What Is The Gift Of Speaking In Tongues?
How Shall We Approach The Issue Of The Meaning Of The Word “Day” In Genesis 1?
We have purposely chosen some controversial issues as our sample questions. This will show you how we deal with these types of questions.
There are a couple of things we want to point out about these demo questions and answers.
1. You will note that you can go immediately to a summary answer of the question. We have this option for each question. This is for those who do not want to read through the entire explanation we give. In other words, if you want a quick answer you can find it immediately.
2. Almost every question and answer we give can stand on its own. Thus, you can go directly to a particular question and find the answer without having to read a number of questions that went before it.
Hopefully you’ll profit from reading the answers to these questions and will want to become a member on our website.
May the Lord richly bless your studies.
Don Stewart (The Bible Explorer)