10 Questions about Christianity
When it comes to God and Christianity do you have questions? Nearly everyone does.
Here you will find questions asked about the Christian faith, and responses to each of them. There are three levels of answers: the return question (which helps get to the heart of the issue), a quick answer (which is about all the time usually spent discussing these questions) and more details (often with suggested sources if you want to go deeper on that issue).
Can I trust the Bible?
Why does God allow suffering?
Is there a God?
Is hell a real place?
Why does God need a sacrifice to forgive?
What does it mean to be a Christian?
Did Jesus rise from the dead?
What good are good works?
Is Christianity credible?
Now a Question for You!
Hopefully you have found some of these questions and answers helpful.
If Christianity is true, the real stumbling block to faith is none of these questions. Rather, the thing that really keeps us from embracing Christ as Saviour is our unwillingness to admit that we need Him.
God loves us (John 3:16) and created us to know Him personally (John 17:3). Our stubborn self will has caused each of us to have gone our own way and are separated from God. The Bible says that all of us are sinful (Rom. 3:23) and the penalty of sin is death – separation from God (Rom. 6:23). Left to our own, we are destined for an eternal existence apart from God, enduring His judgement for our sin (2 Thes. 1:9).
The good news is that God’s love for us is so great that He sent His own son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross in order to pay the penalty for sin (Romans 5:8). As a result of His death and resurrection there is a way back to God through repentance and faith.
Jesus Christ offers the only way for us to be forgiven and come into a relationship with God (John 14:6). The Bible is clear, we cannot get there by our own works (Ephesians 2:8,9).
The big question is, “Are you ready to surrender to God, repent of your sin and trust Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour?