God is not looking for ‘good’ people to bring to Heaven since no one can measure up to the set standard of goodness anyway. He is looking for people who recognize they don’t measure up and need help – namely Jesus – to cover the ‘goodness deficit’ in their lives.
This week’s problem is a little more “in your face.” Brett Kunkle over at Stand to Reason gave a good response to this challenge, so I’ve incorporated his points in the response. Here’s the problem: A belief in Hell is unavoidable if one is to believe in Jesus. If Hell doesn’t exist, then why would […]Read more "40 Problems: God is Worse than Hitler!"
Last week, I started a series on answering 40 problems posed by an atheist on Christianity. You can check out last week’s problem here. Now, onto this week’s problem: Christianity proposes that only one of two fates awaits humans after they die — an extremely attractive invitation into Heaven or a miserable, dreadful sentence to […]Read more "40 Problems: There’s no third option!"
A new series kicks off on a quest to answer 40 problems posed by a skeptic.Read more "38 Answers to ’40 Problems’"