You don’t have to be a genius to work out that Christianity and its teachings have had a huge impact on the world. Christians have founded thousands of hospitals, orphanages, and humanitarian organisations. Judeo-Christian values have been the foundation of democracies across the world. While church attendance in most Western countries has been declining for years, the number of people identifying with the Christian faith is actually increasing globally. Today there are more than 31 million churches across the world, and nearly one in every three people on the planet considers themselves to be, in some sense, a Christian.

Why is this the case? Why has this robust faith system spread to every corner of the planet and made an indelible mark on history? It can’t be because being a Christian is easy. Christians have been the most persecuted group in all of history. It can’t be because Christianity is inherently violent and forceful – it’s not. The first Christians were mostly poor and powerless people. Why so many buildings, paintings, and musical pieces bearing Christian themes?

Simple. It’s because Christianity is true. And the core of its message is the teaching, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Jesus was (and is) a real person who claimed to be more than a wise religious teacher.

“I am the way and the truth and the life.”
— Jesus of Nazareth (John 14:6)

Christianity has grown and uniquely impacted the world because its founder was utterly unique.

Over the coming years we’re going to assemble evidence that explains who Jesus is, and why the Bible’s claims about him are true, and demand a response.

In the meantime, here are a few helpful videos to give you food for thought. If you’d like to receive free literature (with no obligation at all), please contact us and tell us what you’d like more information about.

























































































































































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