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What if the Gospel is true?

In my perspective, this stands as life's most pivotal question, as eventually, each person you know must grapple with an answer. I hold the belief that resolving this question provides a deeper understanding of one's purpose in life. I extend an invitation for you to embark on this journey with me.



Soteriology, the doctrine of salvation, stands as the paramount theme in the Scriptures. It extends its reach across the entirety of time, spanning both past and future eternities. With universal significance, it connects with all of humanity, leaving no one exempt. Its influence even extends to the celestial realm, impacting the sphere of the angels. This profound theme resonates through both the Old and New Testaments, encompassing the personal, national, and cosmic dimensions. At its core, soteriology revolves around the supreme figure—our Lord Jesus Christ.




The goal of life, simply put, is to know God (experientially, eternally) and to make God known.


We are created and sustained by a loving, just God who made us in His image 


God’s commands are the rules by which we are to abide. Only the Creator who gives life has the authority to command how to live life. Destiny: Through Christ, God graciously allows all who respond in faith(fulness) to live with Him forever.




A worldview is the framework from which we view reality and make sense of life and the world. “[It’s] any ideology, philosophy, theology, movement or religion that provides an overarching approach to understanding God, the world and man’s relations to God and the world,” 


Biblical Worldview

A biblical worldview is based on the infallible Word of God. When you believe the Bible is entirely true, then you allow it to be the foundation of everything you say and do. That means, for instance, you take seriously the mandate in Romans 13 to honor the governing authorities by researching the candidates and issues, making voting a priority.



Apologetics, within Christianity, refers to the intellectual defense of the truth inherent in the Christian religion, often regarded as a subset of theology. In Protestant terminology, apologetics can be discerned from polemics, the latter involving the defense of the specific beliefs held by a particular Christian church.

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