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Ten Reasons to Believe in Christ Rather than Religion
DetailsNumber of Lessons: 10Avg. Lesson Length: 5 MinutesTime Required: 4 Hours MinimumLevel: Intermediate
We live in an extremely religious world—a world that can be very confusing, even bewildering. Is it enough to say that all beliefs are of equal value as long as you are sincere? Is there spiritual security in being a “religious” person? Or, is there a better way . . . a way that offers certainty and hope? In this study, you will have the opportunity to consider “Ten Reasons to Believe in Christ Rather Than Religion” and see the evidence for Jesus as Savior. Decide for yourself if you will choose to trust in Christ or in religion.
This course is part of our Legacy Series of courses from renowned scholars over several decades.
I recommend this course more to the fellow brothers and sisters in Christ who are saved through Christ, but also to some who are just too comfortable in their knowledge of Christ and fall in and out of secularism, forgetting to have heart to heart relationships with Him.Masayoshi
This is a good course for those unsure about Christianity or those who want to learn more about the basics of salvation. I was encouraged by many of the readings and reaffirmed in areas where I was unsure or had some doubts. Thank you!Brian
ProfessorOur Daily Bread University
- To introduce students to the basic fundamentals of the Christian faith.
- To provide scholarly and historical evidence for the validity of Christianity.
- To encourage logical thinking in evaluating the authenticity of the teachings of Jesus and of the Bible.
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I gained a great deal from this course.Karin
That was an awesome course! It really helped to understand the elements of my faith, tools to help me bring someone to Christ: I feel more confident now to answer questions. Enriching course. I never understood religion that way and its danger.Ghislaine