Worldview Matters: Truth or Consequences?

by | Feb 15, 2018 | Christianity, Culture & Morality, Moral Relativism, Salvation, the Gospel, Worldview

Some say we should just ‘Coexist;’ live and let live, that all religions lead to the same place. But they can’t all be true… can they? Our worldview directly impacts how we live. We should at least consider why we believe what we believe.

Unlike Christianity, world religions claim that humans can work, control, or at least contribute to their eternal destiny. No one in history except Jesus Christ ever claimed to be the divine Savior through whom we are saved. By being the perfect sacrifice for our sins, His offer of grace and forgiveness is profoundly unique.

Some folks don’t like the fact that Truth is quite exclusive. And the claims of Jesus being the Way to salvation, the Truth, and the Life seem so narrow. But what if He is right? Everything hinges on who Jesus is, and our eternal destination depends on what we believe about Him. Is He a liar, a lunatic, a legend, or Lord of all?

Through Scripture, we see life from a biblical standpoint. And Christianity provides compelling answers to four ultimate questions of origin, meaning, morality, and destiny.

1. Where do the universe and human beings come from? (origin)
2. What is the meaning or purpose of life? (meaning)
3. How do we know what is right and what is wrong? (morality)
4. What happens to us after we die? (destiny)

The Bible has answers for any question or problem in life. Its teachings are logically consistent, they accurately describe reality as it is, and they speak directly to the human condition. No other written work has the power to convict people of their sin, the ability to change human nature, and offers a permanent solution to man’s greatest problem.

There is way too much evidence to ignore if a person is sincerely seeking truth. Archaeology, history, miracles, eye-witness testimony, fulfilled prophecy, centuries of martyrs; endless attacks, massive opposition, persecution… 

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