Supplemental information for the "10 Questions" video

The famous "10 questions video" has been watched by more than 4 million people and it has generated thousands of emails and comments:

10 questions that every intelligent Christian must answer

This page offers more information about the 10 questions. Each question in the video is answered by a chapter in the book.

Question #1: Why Won't God Heal Amputees?

Answered in Chapter 5

In addition, the question references a recent poll showing that 3 out of 4 doctors (some of the most educated people in our society) believe that God is performing miracles on earth today. Here is an article on the poll:

According to the article: "The poll of 1,100 physicians found 74 percent of doctors believe miracles have occurred in the past, and 73 percent believe they can occur today."

Strangely, no doctor has ever witnessed God regenerating an amputated leg through prayer. Amputees get no miracles from God. Why is that? See Chapter 5 for an in-depth discussion.

Question #2: Why are there so many starving children in our world?

Answered in Chapter 22

Question #3: Why does God demand the death of so many innocent people in the Bible?

Answered in Count all the people God wants to murder and Chapter 16

Question #4: Why does the Bible contain so much anti-scientific nonsense?

Answered in Chapter 17

Question #5: Why is God such a huge proponent of slavery in the Bible?

Answered in Chapter 13

Question #6: Why do bad things happen to good people?

Answered in Chapter 8

Question #7: Why didn't any of Jesus' miracles leave behind any evidence?

Answered in Chapter 19

Question #8: How do we explain the fact that Jesus has never appeared to you?

Answered in Chapter 20

Question #9: We would Jesus want you to eat his body and drink his blood?

Answered in Chapter 21

Question #10: Why do Christians get divorced at the same rate as non-Christians?

Answered here

If you have additional questions, you can ask them in the forums.

Thank you for your time today.

by Marshall Brain

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by N. D. Kristof.
For a counter-point to Mr. Kristof, please see
Chapter 26.

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