Most people believe in some version of heaven, but the big question is: how do you ensure you go there? The widely-held view is that you just need to be a good person. But how good is good enough?
It’s the age old question: if God is good, why is there so much evil and suffering in the world? Every worldview has to answer this question, but Christianity’s answer provides hope and comfort in the midst of our pain.
Our culture says there are many paths to God, and anyone who says otherwise is narrow-minded and judgmental. But Christianity claims Jesus is the only way to God. Why does Christianity hold to such an exclusive view in such an inclusive world? Is it ethnocentric arrogance, or is the most honest, and truthful position of all?
From the Christian down the road who never practices what he preaches, to the Crusades and witch hunts in church history, hypocrisy has hurt people and caused many to dismiss Christianity altogether. So, what is the deal with Christians who look nothing like Jesus?
One of the reasons people reject Christianity is because of they think it teaches about sex. But is that true? Is God anti-sex? What does Christianity actually have to say about sex?