Q&A: Joel Osteen, Miracles, and Universalism


On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (09/19/23), Hank answers the following questions:

Was Joel Osteen’s father John a good Bible teacher? (0:53)
How do you reconcile the Bible saying no one has seen God and also saying that Moses did see God? (3:44)
Since you believe Christians can consume alcohol, will God hear the prayers of a preacher with alcohol upon his lips? (5:35)
Do you believe in miracles? (8:46)
Can you explain what it means to worship the Father in spirit and truth? (16:12)
Have you heard of this teaching which claims that everyone will eventually be saved? (19:00)
My wife has a pagan friend who says there is a higher power than God, and when we bring up Christianity, she shuts us down. How should I handle this situation? (22:03)


Resources related to today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast:

Christian Research Journal special themed issue: The War on Western Civilization: Everything You Need To Know About the Cult of Wokeism

Christianity in Crisis—21st Century by Hank Hanegraaff

Osteenification and What It Portends

Do I Drink Virtuously? A Christian Perspective

Does God Do Miracles?

Should Miracles Such as the Virgin Birth Be Discounted?

Love Wins: Making a Contradictory Case for Universalism

In Defense of the Church’s Traditional Doctrine of Hell

Unquenchable Fire: The Traditional Christian Teaching about Hell by Fr. Lawrence Farley


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