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Questions

Who has the right to question?
Do you have the right to question--as a child of God?
How does God feel about questioning?

The Scripture recommends God's children prove, test, search, study and increase in knowledge. They are encouraged to FULLY comprehend wisdom, gain understanding and to be FULLY persuaded concerning their beliefs. While God's children should not question God, their Creator, the Bible explicitly recommends they question men, and makes no exceptions for certain men.

They are instructed to: Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear, 1 Pet 3:15. 

It's your right to prove your faith and to know what you believe, what is expected of you and why. You cannot afford NOT to ask questions!  Because... “every one of us shall give account of himself to God,” Romans 14:12

The "Before You Ask" series will help you be prepared to ask questions that trouble you.  Be aware that many replies are not answers to your questions, but are diversions, red herrings, attacks and other faulty logic replies. The "Before You Ask" series enables you to look ahead and be prepared for techniques often used that do not actually answer your questions, and to be ready with a direct come back to your question, and your right to know the answer.