Christianity For People Who Aren't Christian
There are a number of questions that are commonly asked about Christianity and its validity: "Why do bad things happen to good people?" "Was Jesus actually raised from the dead?" "If Jesus is supposed to be good, why do people who follow him act so terrible?" There are probably some other questions that have often turned you off, too. And for good reason! Between cringy anecdotes, unreasonable explanations, and not to mention, hypocritical and inconsistent behavior, the church's answers to these questions has been less than helpful.
This is a series called "Christianity for People Who Aren't Christians" and it seeks to give a better response to these questions and topics. In these five weeks, we attempt to strip these types of questions down to reflect a more loving approach that is consistent with who Jesus is, what he said, what he came to do. In turn, this impacts who we are, why we're here, and what we are to do. If you're curious and are in the midst of trying to answer these questions, or, if you're a Christian who simply wants to have a better response to these questions yourself, this is a great series to check out!