November, 11, 2018 Panel Discussion: Jesus at the Center Episode 2 "B.I.B.L.E: Best Instruction Before Leaving Earth"
Jesus at the Center: A Multi-cultural Gospel Celebration
Title: B.I.B.L.E: Best Instruction Before Leaving Earth
Panelists: Pastor Raulford Baptiste
Pastor Joseph Salajan
Elder Barbara Samuels
Moderator: Pastor Andrew-Craig Nugent
The Panel was asked these questions:
For the ladies can you give a personal account of how scripture has transformed your life? For the ladies, do you feel the Bible hinders Women's efforts towards true gender equality? What are the Dead Sea Scrolls and are they important? How does the church address controversial topics happening in the world and within the church without "stepping on any toes"? who influenced you to the Bible? Is there archaeological proof of the Old Testament stories? Like the story of flood? Who is King James and why is version stood so long as the preferred? Why are there so many translations and how can the inerrant state be maintained? Are the missing books of the Bible inspired? How can you witness to nonbelievers in this day in age with all chaos happening in the world today? It's hard for people to believe in a God that lets all these things bad happen How do we know that the Bible hasn't been altered by translation and by scribes? Why did you decide to become a pastor?" The bible has no contradiction, yet one might sometime wonder how come God being so loving will instruct Joshua to blaze a whole city on fire Are there books of the Bible that are not included in what we have today as the Bible,? If yes , why are they not included?
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Pastor Andrew-Craig Nugent is Youth & Young Adult Pastor of Plantation Seventh-day Adventist Church. He holds a master of divinity degree. He is married to his friend and teammate, the former Melissa Johnson. Pastor Andrew and Melissa live in the Broward County area with their two sons, Nathaniel-James and Joshua-Ray.