The only way for Jesus to be a good man is if he is who he claimed to be. Otherwise, he’d be a lunatic or the biggest liar to ever live. In this session, we examine the claims Jesus made.
Everyone is either “wheat or weeds.” Whether we are wheat or weeds depends on whether we accept or reject Jesus as our Savior.
Is the New Testament historically reliable in the information it contains? Is it authentic? Should we doubt the existence of Jesus?
We all go through periods of waiting in this Christian life, but how do we respond to them?
Does a standard for morality point to the existence of God?
When the evidence is examined, does it point to the existence of a higher power, or do natural causes explain why we are here?
God could have cast us away after the first time we sinned, yet He chooses to offer us forgiveness when we repent.
How do we know truth exists? What’s the nature of truth, if it exists? How do we use truth in our daily lives?
What is the responsibility, goal, and purpose of the church family? Are we equipping ourselves with what we need to stand firm in the day of adversity?