Questioning Christianity

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One of the greatest disservices that can be done to people questioning the teachings of Christianity is to give the blanket response: "Just have faith and believe it." While faith is most certainly required, it is never an unreasonable faith. On the contrary, Christianity is a reasonable and historic faith which is open to examination.

Christianity is a reasonable and historic faith which is open to examination.

The apostle Peter wrote that we must be willing to answer any who ask - "always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you" (1 Peter 3:15 ESV). With this lofty goal in mind, we hope to provide at least a small measure of such a defence in this section of the website.

We recognize there are good questions out there that we haven't even attempted to address within these pages, but that does not mean the answers do not exist! Also, don't assume that the answers we do provide are by any means comprehensive or totally complete - in most cases they simply address one aspect of the topic at hand. In addition to original articles, our question sections also contain off-site links to relevant articles.

There are many men and organizations out there that not only have many more articles available, but who are also more learned and experienced than us. We have therefore provided a page with links to some such apologetics ministries here.

Also, please feel free to email us any other questions you may have.

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