No Apologies: Why I am a Christian

No Apologies: Why I am a Christian

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Clump of Cells By DarkPH0T0N Updated Aug 01

Why believe in the Bible? Doesn't science disprove God? How about evolution? Does suicide really condemn one to hell? Did dinosaurs walk with humans? Does my mental illness mean I am unspiritual? How do you accept Christ as your Savior? Is God punishing me because of my sickness? What will the end times look like? 

Us Christians live in a great time in history! We have access to a plethora of information and have the capability of spreading the truth all around the world without the need for funding and with the ability to keep our heads firmly attached to our bodies. Also, now is a time when no ideology escapes the scrutiny of critics and skeptics, meaning Christians must be stronger and more knowledgeable than ever!

In this book, I will give clear and concise answers to questions Christians face, using God's Word, philosophy, science, and more. There is no need to fear someone challenging your worldview. The truth is not our enemy- we have everything to learn and nothing to hide!

Apologetics is not asking for forgiveness. It is defending our belief of God!

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Thanks to all my wonderful readers and fellow Christians!

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Thank you for clearing it up that babies that don’t understand God don’t go to hell! I was wondering about that.
I’ve always agreed you can’t prove God. Only God can reveal himself to each individual.
KayleyQueen KayleyQueen Mar 13
God can and will prove himself. It's just for us to believe and have faith that he will.
xx_eboobae xx_eboobae Jun 17
I have tried a number of time to accept Christ but it never works. What do I do? I can't remember the dates whenever I do it. I feel like I'm a disappoint to God, I even got baptized but I am still the same old me... no positive changes.., I'm facing depression right now and I don't know what to do.
I went searching for a book to inform me more about the Christian faith since I am a Christian. I stumble upon a book called The Practice of the Presence of God and although it was really eye opening it was too formal for me. I think this book can do me some good.
I was 7 when I was baptized. My grandmother happens to live in a church and her husband is a pastor. They baptized me. Anyway, I was wondering if there was a "criteria" to be baptized.