Questions about a zygote twinning, marrying when you don’t plan to have children, an apparent contradiction in Acts 21, and whether one ought to say something when a family member is making an unwise decision.
- Since a zygote can divide into two separate individuals, how could a zygote be a human being?
- Is it wrong for a man and a woman to marry if they don’t plan on having kids?
- Can you explain the apparent contradiction in Acts 21 where it seems the Holy Spirit is saying two opposite things?
- Do you have a moral obligation to say something when a family member is making an unwise decision?