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If you've seen our small blue business card with questions (or even if you haven't), then please feel free to scroll through these questions and answers. These are just the "tip of the iceberg," so to speak, and there is a great deal of information related to the answers of these questions.
Do you know that you are loved?
In a world that sometimes makes us feel unloved, unlovable, or lonely, here is an important truth to learn and take to heart. (John 3:16)
Where can peace be found?
Peace isn't found in money, a career, or having a "perfect" family (if there even is such a thing!); peace is actually found in a person—Jesus (Colossians 3:15).
How can I know God exists, and can all paths lead to God?
Since God is Spirit (John 4:24), we can't take a picture of Him or weigh Him on a scale. However, this doesn't mean He doesn't exist. We actually have good evidence He exists, and plenty of logical framework to accept that He exists: the origin of the universe, the fine tuning of the universe, and the existence of objective human morality are just three of many discussions that point to the existence of a Creator.
Are all religions really the same? If Jesus really is God — and we have good reasons to believe so — and God cannot lie, then anything that contradicts or is opposite of what Jesus has said must be false. This is because of the Law of Noncontradiction in logic. When Christians make the statement "Jesus is the only way to God," it isn't because we are trying to be better than anyone — it is simply because anything that contradicts what Jesus said has to be false. As Jesus said, "No one comes to the Father (God) but by me" (John 14:6).
Did Jesus really exist, or is He just a made-up story?
While it might be popular on social media or YouTube to make statements such as "Jesus never existed," or "Jesus was just a composite of ancient myths," scholarly historians do not accept these arguments. In fact, in the entire world, 99.99% of professional historians believe that Jesus of Nazareth existed. There is simply too much historical evidence available.
This video deals with some of the issues surrounding Jesus' resurrection from the dead, and the claim that "Jesus never existed." (1 Corinthians 15:3b-8)
Are science and the Bible mutually incompatible?
Not at all. There is a lingering cultural untruth that somehow Christians "don't believe in science." Nothing could be further from the truth. A good deal of this misinformation stems from the biblical view of human origins, in contrast with scientific naturalism, which holds that life originated out of nothing.
A biblical view holds that "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth" (Genesis 1:1). The irony of the matter is that neither scientists nor biblical scholars can go back in time to observe the origins of the universe, the formation of the earth, and the emergence of human life. Any view of the origins of life are, by necessity, an interpretation of what facts are available.
Here is a brief video of one woman's journey from atheism to Christianity:
What does the Bible really say about human sexuality?
There seems to be a great deal of misinformation about how God feels about sex. Since the sex drive seems to be the most powerful of human urges, is God trying to ruin everyone's idea of a good time?
Actually, the answer is "no." The Bible does, however, point to a clear understanding of what God desires for us in order to have healthy and fulfilling physical intimacy. In this brief, 2 minute video, Dr. Bobby Conway compares the world's view with the biblical view of sex.
Why are so many things "wrong" with the world?
Disease, war, famine, human misery: there seems to be no end to the problems of the world. Where did they all come from? And why doesn't God do more about it?
Here is a short video by Dr. Charles Stanley that examines these problems in way that is easy to understand.
For a deeper understanding of just who Jesus is, and why He died on the cross:
A visual representation of the Christian's "identity in Christ":
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