About Us

Answering Problems is a Christian program under Synergy Ministries, an ecumenical and theological organization to help humble leaders lead accountable ministries to unite billions in mature beliefs, as one under Jesus Christ (I Corinthians 1:10; Ephesians 4:13). Read more about our core beliefs


The love of unity is one of God’s ultimate goals for humanity (Ephesians 4:13,16). Many of the greatest Christians strongly sought ecumenical churchwide unity: Billy Graham, John Piper and C.S. Lewis, Jonathan Edwards, William Seymour, Pope Francis, and Martin Luther. Unity isn’t about centralizing power or money but believing in the same truths (I Corinthians 1:10). We’ll teach the global church to unite only on the Gospel of Salvation (Titus 3:3-9) and deity of Jesus (I John 4:2-3) and nothing more, while also working for full theological agreement (Ephesians 4:14) among Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox Christians. Unity practically can be accomplished in the below ways. Read more about unity

Church Accountability

Unity will naturally happen when church leaders obey God’s Word verbatim; but in the last 70 years, the United States lost 60M followers: 1/3 of the nation! For church leaders who want help building Jesus’ church (Matthew 16:18) with disciples (Matthew 28:19) instead of just attendees, read more about our Church Accountability System

Wiki Pages

Church leaders can only obey God’s Word if they have an accurate interpretation of it. We are the first ministry, potentially ever, that tries to have every Bible verse on every theological, philosophical, or political topic along with every opinion on one short page. Sometimes there are long dissertations, but rarely does anyone read them due to the length. Pastors preach about a topic or theologians write a blog, but this isn’t thorough enough to get at the deepest truths, oftentimes ignoring the valid arguments of another. The only way Christianity can be of “one mind” (Philippians 1:27), is by answering “every opinion” (II Corinthians 10:5) about God imaginable. To facilitate this goal, every page can be edited by any person, regardless of their beliefs, so long as they follow our rules for communication