Christianity vs. Agnosticism and Atheism

We all believe in something. Even the choice to believe in nothing is believing in something.

I talk to a lot of well-educated, intelligent and insightful people who have intellectual roadblocks preventing them from coming to Faith in Christ. What they fail to realize is that there many more intellectual roadblocks preventing an honest belief in any World View that denies God. I’m strongly convinced that every honest quest for Truth will lead the Seeker straight to God who is the source of all Truth. Once we find Him, we realize that our objections were baseless.

I want to do my part to help others find the Hope, Grace, Truth and Purpose that can only be found in Christ, so let’s start by comparing how these separate World Views line up against each other with some of Life’s biggest issues…

Atheists believe…There is No God so the question of life’s purpose is meaningless.

Agnostics believe...If there’s a God, he or she can’t be known, so the question of life’s purpose is impossible to answer outside of looking to human philosophy.

Christians believe…There is a God. He loves and and created us to be in relationship with Him. He sent His son, Jesus, to pay the penalty for our sin so that by Faith, we could be forgiven and adopted into His Family forever. In Him, we can find freedom, purpose and the life we were created to live.

Faith doesn’t mean checking your brains at the door and blindly following. Faith means accepting as Truth what we can’t yet see with our eyes, because all the evidence points to it.

Explore for yourself. Study the claims of Christ. Look at the archeological, historical and prophetic accuracy of the Bible, read the world-changing teachings of Jesus and I believe that you will discover what millions of others already have…The Bible is True! That discovery will change your life forever.

For additional resources to help you in your quest for Truth, I encourage you to read and/or watch great Christian thinkers, researchers and philosophers such as C.S. Lewis, Ravi Zacharias, Josh McDowell and Lee Strobel.

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