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Is there a God out there that cares about me?

It may be harder for people today to believe in any type of god let alone one who cares about them.  There are so many groups opposed to the notion of God.  God seems to be taken out of more and more areas of life by various groups, including our government.  Science and higher education want to do away with the notion of god.

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Can God be trusted?

The old atheists simply didn’t believe in “god” because they found him to be either a myth of one’s imagination or scientifically unproveable.  These reasons still exist among the “new atheists”, but they have further grounds to not believe in “god.”  The new grounds for new atheists are they don’t want to believe in a god like the one found in the Old Testament of the bible.

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Jesus: Good or God?

For many people who have grown up in the church during the modern era, it has been taken for granted that Jesus is divine.  However, we are now in the postmodern era where everything is questioned.

Many people outside of the church are skeptical as to whether Jesus actually existed at all.  For those who believe he did, many question whether he was really God or not.  Even many inside the church today, and even some of the most devout followers of Christianity quietly question whether Jesus was just good or was he God?

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Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

The foundation of Christianity is Jesus Christ.  Jesus makes it clear through the writers of the New Testament that He was both divine and human; and that He was the Son of God.  Many in our culture, as in His day, may challenge these truths, but it doesn’t change what the New Testament writers wrote, including the Gospel writers and the Apostle Paul. The writer of John’s Gospel puts it this way:

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Do Christians Worship One or Three Gods?

This is a good question since people hear Christians and those who go to church talk about God as Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.  In fact, the bible makes it clear that the Father is God, the Son Jesus Christ is God, and the Holy Spirit is God or the Spirit of God.

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