So, what about….?
[Season 2, 2020]
An open and honest discussion exploring your questions about God and Christianity.
But before we start, know this: We can disagree and still be in the same family. You can disagree and still be a full participant in Crosscreek. And, we want to have this to be a start of the conversation. Take this further using the buttons below.
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What’s the difference between Christianity and other religions? How do you know which one is RIGHT? It’d be easy if we could just say they all are. But… the problem is all faiths can’t be true without fundamentally changing what they are. So what do we do with this? There are REAL differences, and that can be hard to talk about without making someone feel ‘wrong’ or insulted. So as we explore this question of differences… let’s keep this in mind. Disagreement is not the same as hate or intolerance.
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Season 1, 2019
Part 1: God’s Existence
Everyone has a belief system… our lives is shaped by what we believe. And, having a belief system requires skepticism, and that’s a good thing. It means we are engaging your brain and not just accepting or ignoring everything that comes our way. Our challenge to you is to follow where the evidence leads… not where you hope it leads; engage your thinking not just your emotions. Belief in the existence of God does not have to mean the abandonment of reason. In this first part of “So, what about…” we explore the question: Does God exist?