Q&A: Sins of the Father, Biblical Punishment for Rape, and Gnostic Gospels


On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (05/22/23), Hank answers the following questions:

How do you reconcile Exodus 20:5 and Ezekiel 18:20? It seems like God says He will punish the children for their father’s sins in Exodus, and in Ezekiel He says the opposite.
My wife was sexually assaulted as a child. Is it possible that a demon was passed on to her because of this?
Does Jesus still have a physical body?
How could God command a rape victim to marry the rapist under the Old Testament law?
What is your view on these other gospels that have been found, such as those in Hal Taussig’s book, A New New Testament? Were they written at the same time as the canonical Gospels?
Should Christians keep the Ten Commandments? If so, then why don’t Christians keep the Sabbath on the seventh day?
When John wrote the book of Revelation, how did people at that time understand it since they didn’t read fiction? How did it pertain to them?

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