The church of the Lord preaches the Bible and not what is popular (Galatians 1:10). The world is always inventing new things and beliefs, but the church of the Lord pays no attention to that and just keeps on doing what is supposed to be done (2 Timothy 4:1-5).
When a question is asked, a Bible answer will be given and not what is politically correct or what some celebrity believes (Luke 10:25-26). God has protected the Bible and given it into the hands of men so it can be read (John 5:39). The Bible provides the way to save men from sin and help man to heaven—for it is all sufficient to do so (James 1:21. 2 Tim. 3:14-17).
What kind of information can a non-believer offer that isn’t promoted by the word of God? The unbeliever might try, but he will end up copying his answer from something the word of God has said because nothing can beat what the scriptures teach (John 6:66-69). The Bible consists of the Old Testament and the New Testament, with the Old Testament being only for the Jews under Moses, and the New Testament being for people of today (2 Corinthians 3:6). The New Testament describes the church of Christ, and how men can be saved (Romans 16:16). Study the Old Testament to know the history of God dealings with Israel (Rom. 15:4). Study the New Testament to be able to recognize the Lord’s church from man churches (John 8:31-32; Matthew 7:15-20).