The philosophy and practice of Christianity poses many questions. 136 Questions selects exactly that: 136 questions on a range of Biblical issues. Some are formal, some casual during the argument – all focused on helping the reader understand some of the Bible’s great unanswered questions.
Some questions are provocative about the nature of God:
Did he really order the genocide of the tribes occupying the Promised Land when the Jews were poised to enter it and God said "Show no mercy"?
Is there sometimes the possibility of there being a hiatus between the Gods of the Old and New Testaments?
Why did Jesus die?
Some questions deal with the nature of the eternity to come. Questions such as did Jesus believe in hell with its flames and worms?
If you have questions, then 136 Questions might just help you with some of the answers.
About the author:
Rev Dr Malcolm V Dunjey belongs to that still quite uncommon professional group – the medical practitioner who is also an ordained clergyman. He and Audrey were married in 1956 and now have four children, 9 grandchildren and two great grandchildren with a further three on the way.