Many topics relating to the scripture, even
those that don't, are controversial in nature.
This does not mean we ignore the topic. As
Proverbs 18:13 states, "He that
answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is
folly and shame unto him." We need to
listen to all the facts before we make any
decisions. Sometimes we might hear about a
topic and assume it is crazy because everyone
else thinks it is crazy. This is not
scriptural. Our stance should be neutral
until we have heard the matter in its entirety.
Often times believers do not put aside their own
presuppositions and determine the truth using
the scripture, prayer, and their God given
intelligence. We are not to come to a
conclusion on anything until we have heard the
matter in its entirety. Browse the topics
below and keep an open mind. Use the
scriptural principle of "In the mouth of two or
three witnesses shall every word be established"
(2 Cor. 13:1). Try to find other sources
who might verify the information. This is
God's way of establishing facts.