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Is Jesus the Only Way to God

Is Jesus the Only Way to God

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51 Bible sermon and Bible study outline. If you are in the positions where you give sermons then you can easily gather at least 51 sermons handed to you on a platter. But delve just a little bit deeper and the sermon possabilities are endless
51 Bible sermon and Bible study outline. If you are in the positions where you give sermons then you can easily gather at least 51 sermons handed to you on a platter. But delve just a little bit deeper and the sermon possabilities are endless

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 ==== ====Over 200 Minutes Of Mp3 Affirmations And Positive Affirmations Ebook Complete With ScriptureReferences Ideal For Sermon Outlines , Bible Studies And Group Conversation Starters. BonusDaily Personalized Bible Studies With Your Name In The Scriptures. A MUST HAVE DOWNLOADBELOW!http://tinyurl.com/7cwgaf8 ==== ====The most important figure in all of human history is Jesus of Nazareth. In fact history is divided bythe birth of Christ. All of time before His birth is labeled B.C. While all of time since His birth islabeled A.D. The influence of this Jesus changed the face of the world forever. Western civilizationwas built upon the teachings of Jesus and indeed was referred to as Christendom for manycenturies. Yes, during this Christmas season someone in virtually every nation on earth willcelebrate the birth of Jesus. So who is this Jesus? Was He a great teacher with profound truth that became popular as hismystique rose? Some like to think so. Or, as Christians assert, is Jesus the second person of thetrinity, the God man? The great historian Dr. Luke, who wrote the gospel bearing his name as well as the book of Acts,relates the birth of Jesus as a miraculous event. He tells us the mother of Jesus questioned theangel who announced to her that she will bear a son, saying, "how shall this be, seeing I know notman?" Mary wasn't a biology major in the finer institutions of higher learning in the United States,but she understood that she could not be pregnant if she had not "known" a man. This same historian, Luke, then goes on to relate the life of Jesus, recounting many miracles. Lukethen tells how Jesus was crucified, died, and was buried. Then He rose from the dead. Thisresurrection story is most amazing, as it is widely accepted that all men are mortal. In the book ofActs, Luke relates many more miracles, which are attributed as signs that the Apostles are actingwith authority from God. Luke relates stories of many changed lives including that of Saul ofTarsus. After an appearance of Jesus to Saul on the Damascus road, he converts from a chiefpersecutor of Christians to the chief Apostle to the Gentiles. You may want to deny that there is a God, much less that Jesus is God. You may deny that Lukehas written Christian history and insist that not only Luke's history, but the entire Bible is a book oflegends, myths and exaggerations. The only problem with that logic is that it is a logical argument. If the Christian God of scripturedoes not exist to order the universe then there is no such thing as logic. If there is no such thing aslogic then you cannot argue, in fact you cannot talk, whats more you cannot even think. Because ifthe Christian God of scripture does not exist to maintain order, then you cannot know what yourargument means. In fact you cannot know what your words mean. Therefore, by arguing againstLuke's Christian history in the New Testament you are affirming the validity of Luke's history,which clearly gives account of the historical Jesus.

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