Questions. They fill our conversations. They take up lots of space in books and articles and letters. And they make up so much of our education and learning. Without questions, a dialogue would quickly become a monologue. Without questions, an interesting interaction would simply be the infusion of information. Questions are imperative to human learning, curiosity, and growth.

Yet we all know there are various types of questions. Questions that seek more information. Questions that are more accusative. There are good questions and then there are, well, bad questions. We have all been told there are no stupid questions, but the reality is we have all asked or been asked one at least once in life. However, there are more important questions to life.

Why am I here? What is my purpose in life? Is there anything after death? All of these and more can be considered “important” questions. But is there one question that stands above the rest as the “most important” question? If so, how you answer that question may be the difference between life and death.

Stating and showing two very different answers to the “most important” question is what Eric Davis does in “Differences Between Salvation in the Qur’an & the Bible” over at The Cripplegate.

As always, enjoy the article and be with the Lord’s people on the Lord’s day!