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Have you ever wondered how an all-good and all-powerful God can be reconciled with a world that is full of evil, pain, and suffering?  The problem of evil is the #1 objection many people have to believing in God so it's important that this subject be dealt with honestly and thoroughly.  In the materials below, you'll find a comprehensive examination on the subject that supplies answers to both the intellectual and emotional sides of the problem.

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How can a loving God send people to Hell?  If God is all-loving and truly desires for all mankind to be with Him in Heaven, then why does Hell exist and why are some people seemingly confined to everlasting punishment away from the presence of God.  Can an all-loving God and the concept of Hell be reconciled? 

What happens to those people who have never heard of Jesus - when they die, do they just go to Hell?  Find out how to answer this tough question, as well as others like what happens to babies/infants when they die, what happened to the people before Christ came, and what about those who are mentally challenged and will never understand the gospel.

How can a loving God send people to Hell?  If God is all-loving and truly desires for all mankind to be with Him in Heaven, then why does Hell exist and why are some people seemingly confined to everlasting punishment away from the presence of God.  Can an all-loving God and the concept of Hell be reconciled? 

Did Chrisitianity borrow dying and rising god myths from ancient cultures and invent a man named Jesus who did the same? Whether it's Horus, Attis, Mithras, Krishna, or others, some try and take these gods and apply them to the historical Jesus, with the most recent being the producers of the Internet movie, Zeitgeist. This presentation separates fact from fiction and shows that not only are individuals like those behind Zeitgeist wrong, but how Jesus stands unique in all of human history.
No book has been more attacked in the Bible than Genesis.  Some in the scientific community claim that Genesis is just a fairy tale, while other prominent scientists say their discoveries back the creation account described in Genesis to a tee.  This presentation looks at the various interpretations of Genesis and then examines what happens when you reject creation and God - what the only default position is (which, by the way, is not attractive or intellectual to hold).   

According to some skeptics, the early church fathers excluded many other 'gospels' of Jesus because they didn't fit their desired image of a Christ who was God. Is this really the case? What about the claims of Dan Brown (The Da Vinci Code) and the writer of the Jesus Papers who claim that the New Testament is not really true and that other stories of Jesus hold more credibility than the four Gospels? And how did the New Testament come to be in the first place?

Richard Dawkins and other atheists say that the God depicted in the Old Testament is an evil, jealous, vindictive, blood-thirsty, and cruel deity that deserves no worship or praise.  Is this truly the case?  How can certain episodes in the Old Testament that have God commanding the destruction of peoples be explained?  This presentation shows how skeptics like Dawkins actually have it backwards and that God is indeed a just and loving Creator, who perfectly mixes love and justice.  

The secular culture seems to think that Christianity wants to keep women barefoot, pregnant, and in the kitchen, but is this really what the Bible teaches?  This presentation explores the historical, cultural, and Biblical aspects of women's roles and demonstrates that far from keeping women down, Christianity was a radical new teaching that exhalted women as they never had been before.

In today's postmodern culture that affirms no truth, many consider it arrogant and narrow-minded to believe in the truth that there is only one way to God.  In a world that contains myriads of faiths, how can such a thing be possible? The following presentation examines this core question and shows that the concept of exclusivity is actually practiced by all religions and that, in the end, Christianity shows itself to the one and only true way to God.