Why would we question Christianity’s adherence to the Gospel? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Some disregard the authenticity of Paul's apostleship because Matthias, the replacement for the traitor Judas, was appointed as the 12th Apostle long before Paul’s conversion.
There is no written record of God or Jesus confirming Paul's apostleship. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
The Bible is the most important book ever written because it details God's plans and purposes for mankind. There are many who may doubt the validity of the Bible, so how do we know who wrote it, and how do we know what's inside is true? Get the answers to these questions and many more in this short animated video.
Christianity is about transformation - at least, that’s what it is supposed to be about. The problem is when we look at Christianity, what we often see is something else, something different. In some ways it seems as though Christianity has fallen into the trap of a competitive evangelism – recruiting as many new believers as possible. Now wait a minute – aren’t we supposed to do that? Yes we are, but how are we supposed to do it? What do we believe the name of Jesus saves us from? What do we believe a Christian life should look like? What do we believe is God’s plan for the masses? Do any of these things really matter? Should we just be focusing on being good, honest and loving?
Christianity today is utterly splintered. With 2,000 or more denominations and lots of free thinking, some brands of Christianity are not even recognizable to others. Why would this be? Is there only one true brand of Christianity? If so, then why would God have permitted the unified body of Christian followers to be exposed to such contradictory and divisive corruptions of true Christianity?