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(Last Updated: 17 Jan 2008 )
Christianity stands directly against this point of view, with its intolerant assertion that Jesus is the way, the truth and the life, that He is the only way to God, and that there is no other name under heaven by which we may be saved.
This is exactly the point of view of this web site.
If there is such a thing as God, and if there was a man called Jesus who claimed to be His son, and if there is a great deal of historical evidence for what he did and said, and a great deal of philosophical evidence for the worldview he promoted, then it is probably worth your while to check it out.
This site contains contains links to my topical index pages of Christian apologetics material on the Internet (note that I don't necessarily agree with or endorse all the material that is linked to from here, but there's plenty of good stuff in there!). We also have a number of papers written by me or by friends of mine, and as time goes by I'll be adding more. They are mainly articles outlining some of the evidence for a theistic (specifically, Christian) worldview, discussing the historical reliability of Jesus and what He did, or presenting a Christian perspective on moral issues.
The Gospel, and the Work of Christ Faith and Reason Philosophical Arguments for the Existence of God Cosmological Arguments for the Existence of God Fulfilled Prophecy The Trinity Jesus Christ, the Son of God: His Claims, His Life, His Resurrection God Acting in History Historical Issues The Problem of Evil Objective Truth and Morality The Bible Debates on the Existence of God
Christian Apologists and General Apologetics Websites Pro-life / Christian Worldview Ecumenism Quasi-Christian Cults Miscellaneous Christian Resources
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