Dallas, TX, February 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- As part of its mission to proclaim the good news of the Kingdom of God, the Church of God, a Worldwide Association, has now posted 100 Bible Questions & Answers to the cogwa.org website, and more Q&As are being prepared.
Bible Questions & Answers (online at http://cogwa.org/guidance/bible-questions-answers) is the new name for this material (previously titled Frequently Asked Questions). As part of the transition, the section was redesigned with graphics featuring six popular Q&As. These are followed by 13 categories of Bible Questions & Answers:
Biblical Food Laws
God and the Spirit World
Holidays and Holy Days
Marriage and Sex
Often Misunderstood Scriptures
Sin and God’s Law
The Process of Conversion
What Happens After Death?
The most recent additions to the Bible Q&As were added under the “Sin and God’s Law” category. These include:
What Did Paul Mean by “the Curse of the Law”?
How Was the Law Changed in Acts 15?
What Was “Nailed” to the Cross in Colossians 2:14?
Did Paul Warn Christians Against Keeping God’s Law in Colossians 2:16-17?
What Is the Teaching of Galatians on Law and Grace?
What Did Paul Teach About Law and Grace?
Does Romans 14 Prove There Is No Sabbath?
A series of questions and answers on God’s promises to Abraham is now in the review process. When this collection is completed, it will be posted under a new category titled “Prophecies of Nations.”
The Bible Questions & Answers are coordinated by David Treybig, a longtime pastor and writer for the Church of God. A team of ministers and other writers contributed to this project.
About the Church of God, a Worldwide Association:
The Church of God, a Worldwide Association (http://cogwa.org), is a vibrant and mission-driven community of Christian believers living throughout the world. Its mission is to preach the gospel of the Kingdom of God and make disciples from among those whom God calls. Its values are developed from those of the New Testament Church and are based on both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. For more about the Church of God, a Worldwide Association, see “About Us” at http://cogwa.org/about.