Well-meaning people want to believe that all roads lead to the same God and heaven. But wanting something to be true is far different from truth lining up with reality. Unless you make an intentional effort to examine what you believe and why you believe it, it’s quite possible you are living your life on the basis of a lie, and don’t know it.
• What is truth?
• Is it relative or absolute?
• Is it personal or universal?
• What are the differences among the various religious faiths? Can they be blended?
• Are we creating faith—a belief system—that is impotent by trying to accept all religions as equal?
About the Author
For over twenty years, coast to coast, Pamela Christian has been helping people in matters of faith. Pam compassionately wants people to confidently discover and live in, life-giving truth. Her ministry experience began as Teaching Director for Community Bible Study, (an independent, interdenominational, international organization). This led to her receiving invitations to speak nationally, followed by work as radio talk-show host in two major markets. She is a contributing writer to various books and magazines. Her education includes a certificate in apologetics from Biola University. As a book author and media personality Pam’s desire is to reach as many people as possible. She and her husband live in Orange County, CA, with their two grown children living nearby.
The author is extremely real, and openly tells you about her different experiences that caused her to step back and examine what she really had faith in. It was clear that she had done more than just a little bit of soul searching, she actually took the time (and used lots of energy!) to come to a point where she believed in God, not because she was told about Him, but because she experienced Him herself. She gave multiple stories from others about their experiences too – talk about eye opening about the different religions and cults and the ways they brainwash people! Wow!
The book is filled with Scripture, and makes a clear argument for why Christianity is real and should be believed. But it also ends with the question of what you’ll do – you’ve been presented with the truth, will you respond to it?
This would make a great book for unbelievers, or friends/acquaintances who know “of” Christianity but don’t have a personal faith in Christ.
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts and opinions expressed in the review above are completely my own.