What makes Christianity different from other religions?

What makes Christianity different from other religions?

Talk by Prof John Lennox Read John’s full biography Why should we believe in Christianity when there are so many other competing religions around? Isn’t it just an ethical code like many other faiths? At a question and answer session for the Veritas Forum John...
Why Christianity and not one of the many other religions?

Why Christianity and not one of the many other religions?

Talk by Ravi Zacharias Read Ravi’s full biography Why should we believe in Christianity when there are so many competing religions, which also claim to be true? In a question and answer session Ravi Zacharias explains that we should weigh up all religions according to...
Is Christianity just a crutch?

Is Christianity just a crutch?

In Mere Apologetics, Alister McGrath points out that “one of the most familiar criticisms of Christianity is that it offers consolation to life’s losers.”(1) Believers are often caricatured as being somewhat weak and naïve—the kind of people who need...
What has Christianity got to offer us today?

What has Christianity got to offer us today?

C. S. Lewis was once asked if he followed Christ because it made him happy. He responded that he did not become a Christian because it made him happy, he always knew a bottle of Port could do that, but he followed Christ because he believed it was true! If Lewis was around today, he’d be immersed in the debates of our time, especially the issues of truth and relevance.

Why God might allow suffering?

Why God might allow suffering?

Article by Vince Vitale Read Vince’s full biography In one of the first significant conversations I had on this topic, my Aunt Regina expressed to me how difficult it is to see her son Charles – my cousin – struggle with a serious mental illness. Being more concerned...
How do you explain the trinity?

How do you explain the trinity?

If we accept the law of non-contradiction then how is it possible to believe in the trinity? Doesn’t this make Christianity a form of polytheism or is there an inherent contradiction at the heart of the gospel that cannot be rationally explained? In this video, Ravi Zacharias responds to the question and explains why our understanding of the nature of God has huge ramifications for how we should live our lives.

Why are Christians so negative and judgemental?

Why are Christians so negative and judgemental?

A common accusation thrown at Christians is that they are anti-gay, anti-abortion, anti-contraception. Many people have a perception that the church is negative — anti-everything — and Christians utterly prejudiced. How might we respond? A good place to begin is by...
Does Prayer Make Any Difference?

Does Prayer Make Any Difference?

There is an immense difference between a worldview that is not able to answer every question to complete satisfaction and one whose answers are consistently contradictory. There is an even greater difference between answers that contain paradoxes and those that are systemically irreconcilable.

Once again, the Christian faith stands out as unique in this test, both as a system of thought and in the answers it gives. Christianity does not promise that you will have every question fully answered to your satisfaction before you die, but the answers it gives are consistently consistent. There may be paradoxes within Christian teaching and belief, but they are not irreconcilable. To those who feel that Christianity has failed them because of prayers that went unanswered, it is important to realize what I am saying here.

Was Jesus Typical or Exceptional?

Was Jesus Typical or Exceptional?

All great questions of life have only one answer. Conflicting and contradictory answers cannot be valid. Jesus’ unique claim for himself while answering Thomas (Jn. 14:6) is a statement which is philosophically and logically reasonable. Even those who deny unique and exclusive approaches to truth would insist that their own approach is unique and exclusive! Otherwise, they would have nothing to say! Truth, by definition, is therefore exclusive and narrow. It has to exclude errors in order to qualify to be truth.

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