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Brannon Howse
Aired Tuesday, September 16
Brannon Howse: Aired September 16, 2014
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Guest: Dr. John Whitcomb joins us for “Ask Dr. John.” Question: How we can know that the Earth’s topography was different before the Flood? How do we know there were not huge mountains then like the Himalayas? Question: What was the common language spoken before the Tower of Babel? Is there any record of it? Question: Where was “the land of Uz” (Job 1:1)? Question: How is it possible for the rapture to occur before the tribulation when the tribulation saints who die are included “in the first resurrection” (Rev. 20:5, 6), which occurs when “the dead in Christ will rise first" (1 Thess. 4:16) at the rapture of the church? Question: When Christ drinks the "last cup" at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, will that be the last celebration of the Lord's Supper as we know it? Will the memorial of Christ's sacrifice then revert back to a more Jewish context through the sacrifices in the Temple? Question: Why did God wait 40 years after Christ's crucifixion to destroy the Jerusalem Temple? If the Temple had been destroyed immediately after the crucifixion, would that not have shown more dramatically that its purpose was fulfilled in the Lord Jesus? Question: Can a pastor who has fallen into adultery be restored to a position as pastor if he repents, or is he permanently disqualified? Question: When I am taken up in the rapture to heaven, will God allow me to remember my unsaved loved ones? Will he remove the memory of my loved ones so I do not have to suffer knowing where they are? Topic: The stores are already filling up with items for Halloween. How should Christians deal with this holiday? Topic: We take your calls.

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