Seven truths about Chritianity

“Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.”  C. S. Lewis
  • What is the true message of Christianity?
  • How could we best summarize it to others?
The early apostles used a three point message about Jesus:
  1. You killed him.
  2. God raised him.
  3. We are witnesses.
An expanded focus could include seven points about Jesus. Each one is simple and yet profound.
A child could learn them and a scholar could invest a lifetime exploring them.
Meditate on this great message! 
The summary of what God has done and will yet do for us
  1. Jesus came into the world
  2. Jesus died on the cross
  3. Jesus was buried in a grave
  4. Jesus rose from the dead
  5. Jesus appeared to many
  6. Jesus ascended to the Father
  7. Jesus is coming again for his own

(For more see: Jesus Christ)

Steve Cornell
This entry was posted in Atheism, Christianity, Deity of Jesus, Doctrine, Evangelism, Hope?, Jesus Christ, Life, Religion-not the answer, Seeking God, Theology, True Christianity?, Truth, Witness. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Seven truths about Chritianity

  1. chillinatthecabstand says:

    1. No reason to believe this happened
    2. Or this

    Since there is no reason to buy into the first two, the other five become irrelevant

  2. thinkpoint says:

    If you deny #s 1 & 2 you deny yourself the ability to consistenly believe anything from written history. Every respectable historian (even those who do not believe 4-7) accept the historicity of Jesus. Are you serious, joking or just stirring the pot?

    SC

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