Want to answer any Bible question in 10 seconds or less? With a lifetime of arduous study, Bible memorization, deep analysis of abstract theological concepts, a few courses in apologetics, Christian cults, and world religions, you can!
Or, you can hack it. Here’s a life hack that will turn you into the next Bible answer man.
Step #1. If you don’t have a smart phone… well… you need to finally break down and get one. It’s time to tell your wife (and your grandkids) that you’re going to the Apple store and buying an iPhone.
Step #2. Be sure to be like every other crazed nomophobic person alive today on the planet and compulsively keep your phone charged and with you at all times.
That’s it! Next time somebody asks you a question like…
- “Where did Cain get his wife?”
- “Can a Christian lose their salvation?”
- “Where does the Bible say homosexuality is a sin?”
- “Do Christians need to speak in tongues to be saved?”
…you get the idea… the hard questions that you don’t really know the answers to…
The next time they ask you those questions, quietly take out your phone and (looking like you’re checking your email or something) go to www.geekysearch.com and type in your question. Really. Type it in just like you were asked. As in, “Do Christians need to speak in tongues to be saved?” Read up real quick. Then answer with a certain confidence, in a deep, slow voice.
Boom! You’ve done it. You’ve answered a tough question in 10 seconds. I mean, you’re set. You can pretty much answer any question they could ever dream up… Bible difficulties, questions about evolution, current events, etc. You can be a real smarty pants now in a good sense.
Now, of course nobody would do this just to make themselves look good, right? … Right? Of course not. Now get out there, smarty pants, be helpful, and start answering some questions!
Wait, what’s a “GeekySearch”?
GeekySearch.com is a Christian search engine. More precisely, it’s a Google customized search engine that works on your mobile phone (or any device that connects to the Internet, even plain old boring desktop and notebook computers). However, unlike Google, it limits searches to hand-picked trusted websites. So you can trust that you won’t get some whacky answer.
What else can I do with GeekySearch
You can also use GeekySearch to help prepare for a Bible study, or just personal growth on any topic. For example, if you were studying or teaching through Philippains 1, you could find illustrations on suffering. You could lookup who was the praetorian guard. Or even take a quick class on Philippians from a New Testament survey course.
Why, this is a valuable resource, wouldn’t you say? So say the name one more time (GeekySearch) or bookmark it before you forget about it.
Tip: You can use advanced search operators in the search box if you’d like.
Note: Webmasters, I’m the creator of GeekySearch.com, and I give you permission to link to it on your own website. It’s my dream that one day it would become used by millions of Christians around the world. So don’t keep it to yourself, share it! View the html source of the search page for instructions on how to do this.