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Ologunde Sa, Ex-Atheist, India (part 2 of 4)

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Description: “Things are made clear through their opposites.” Arabic proverb. Part 2: Thoughts about Christianity.

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WHAT MUST I DO TO BE SAVED?

The answer to this question is: absolutely nothing! The only requirement is to believe what God has said in His word, and He says, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved”.

Only believe? Yes, that’s all! Believe means to trust completely in what God has said concerning salvation.

What do we have to believe?  That Christ died for our sins, and that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day.

Christ died to give us eternal life. If you desire to have eternal life make the following prayer:

Heavenly Father, I know that I am a sinner and that I have a need to be forgiven. I now receive Christ Jesus as my Lord and Savior. Thank You for having forgiven my sins. In Jesus name. Amen.

John 1:12 But as many as received Him, (Jesus) to them gave He (God) power (authority) to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name.

This little slip of paper changed my entire life! My heart was screaming that this simply could not be true!  It was so evidently false that I was surprised that anyone actually believed in it! This was the beginning of my first real acquaintance with modern Christianity.

I was completely overwhelmed with amazement to learn some of the fantastic beliefs of modern Christians. The following is a list of beliefs which made absolutely no sense to me:

1.    That Jesus is God.

2.    That is Jesus is Lord and our Savior, who came down to earth in the form of man to die for our sins.

3.    That God is three in one.......a concept called the Trinity.

None of the above beliefs are supported by the Bible! Jesus never claimed to be God. He never said that he had come to die for our sins. And you can scour the Bible from cover to cover. You will not find the word Trinity in it!

Several questions arose in my mind about the above mentioned beliefs. Why would God personally need to come down to earth if He has all power?

If He wants to get something done, all He needs to do is say the word and it is done! Jesus was a man.

If he was God, then how could he die? Can God die?

Furthermore, if Jesus was really God in the flesh, who did he pray to? Did he pray to himself?!

If Jesus is God, how can we even think of God subjecting Himself to the temptation of the devil?

How can the devil offer Jesus the kingdoms of the world, if everything in the heavens and earth all belong to God? Besides, wasn’t it God who created the devil?!

If the Trinity is indeed an important article of faith, why does not Jesus preach this trinity?

It doesn’t take a lot of intelligence to understand that the Creator cannot become His creation, or part of His creation. Even if God could become His creation, why would He want to do that?!! And if it is true that God became Jesus and did indeed die for our sins (which sounds like a very drastic step to me), then the world as we know it today should be free of sin. If it is not free of sin, then what was the point in dying for our sins?

What did it accomplish?!

I was staring at first-class Falsehood. I knew it was false right to the very core.

You will not find a single flaw in God’s creation. It is perfect. It is God who has given us the power of reason and common sense. Would God ask us to believe in anything that didn’t make sense? Truth must make sense. When a detective wants to find the truth, he looks for clues, examines the evidence and uses his power of reasoning. People employ this method for all matters, except in the field of religion! This is where they abandon their reason and believe blindly in whatever they are taught!

I wondered how people could actually believe that Jesus died for their sins! I want to ask this question to you. If you were sitting for an important exam, would you believe anyone who said that you had to do absolutely nothing in order to pass that exam?!

Would you believe anyone who said all you had to do was believe that your teacher himself would study for the exam and do all the hard work for you? All you needed to do was believe and that’s it!??

Well, you could believe and believe all you want, but when the results of the exam are announced, you will discover that you’ve got zero! Not only that, when your teacher learns that you had been entertaining the funny thought that he was going to do the studying for you, he would probably expel you from school and send you to the lunatic asylum to have your head examined!

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