Blogs - The Point
August 04, 2011
Why Jesus is the Way
Yesterday I claimed Christianity couldn’t be one of many ways to God because of its claims about Jesus. If you missed it, go to thepointradio.org. But that still leaves the question, if Christianity can’t be one of many ways, why think it’s actually the right way? Here’s three reasons:
First, the main testimony we have of Jesus is the Gospels, and they are historically very reliable. In fact, many scholars consider the New Testament to be the most reliable work of antiquity.
Second, there’s strong evidence for the resurrection of Jesus. More on that tomorrow, so tune in.
But most convincing to me, Christianity gets the human condition. Think about it. Lots of religions assume that humans are just animals, and live like it. Other religions claim humans are god, and have just forgotten. Christianity suggests we’re made in the image of God, but act like animals. That seems pretty accurate to me and shows we need redemption.
Matthew and John on the Witness Stand
Gregory Koukl | Stand to Reason
Are the New Testament Gospels Reliable?
Ernest Valea | ComparativeReligion.com
Christ and the Human Condition
Michael Gleghorn | Probe Ministries
Christianity Human Nature and the Purpose of Existence
Beth Davies-Stofka | Patheos