Two factors highlighted in the Bible provide the answer.
Can a person simply worship God on his own?
Is this what Jesus, the founder of Christianity, intended?
The Bible identifies nine features of religious truth.
Is he coming, or is he already here?
Can imperfect people, like us, be holy?
Does God really care about our problems?
Whether God will answer you when you pray is largely up to you.
Find out why personal concerns are not too trivial for God to consider.
Consider how praying in Jesus’ name honors God, and how it shows respect for Jesus.
Learn what the Bible says about whom we should pray to.
Learn what type of prayers God does not answer and what kind of people God does not listen to.
The Bible describes some who believe in Jesus but who will not be saved. How can that be?
What is the way to salvation? And what is a person saved from?
Why do we need Jesus to plead for us? Is belief in Jesus all that we need to be saved?
If his death benefits us, how exactly does it do so?
How does the ransom provide redemption from sin?
How and when should a person be baptized? Does baptism wash away sin? What is the difference between baptism and christening?
Jesus gave an illustration that answers the question.
Do you have to be born again to be a Christian?
Sin and Forgiveness
Adam and Eve disobeyed God and passed on their sinful condition, like a genetic defect, to all their descendants.
Are some sins worse than others?
The Bible provides five steps that can help you to forgive someone.
Consider what the Bible says about how to receive God’s forgiveness.
Excessive guilt can paralyze you, but three steps can help you to move forward.
Where does this description come from? And what is the difference between a sin that incurs death and one that does not?
How can you know if you have committed the unforgivable sin?
Does the “eye for an eye” rule encourage vigilante justice?
The Bible actually mentions several positive aspects of wine and other alcoholic drinks.
If smoking is not mentioned in the Bible, how can it be possible to answer this question?
The Bible does not discuss gambling in detail, so how can we know what God’s view is?
The difference between what the Bible actually says and what some think that it says might surprise you.
Does God care if we use images or idols in our worship?
If not, then why does the Bible call the Sabbath a perpetual covenant?
Does this gift of the spirit identify true Christians?
Under what circumstances did some in the Bible fast? Is fasting required for Christians?
What kind of giving is pleasing to God?
Who were they given to? Are Christians required to keep them?