So many people have a strong negative reaction to the words “Jesus Christ.” Why is this?
Is it necessary then for everyone to convert to Christianity?
So then what is the truth about the life of Jesus? In what way has Jesus Christ saved humanity? In what way was his deed the greatest? What was the purpose of his life on Earth, his one-time incarnation?
What is the meaning of the “way of the cross,” its principles and its course of actions? How is it comparable to the Eastern concept, the one that follows the Buddha?
What is the spiritual significance of Good Friday?
What is the role of the Virgin Mary from the spiritual point of view?
Christian religions place a lot of emphasis on the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. Why is that?
What about Christmas, with the displays of light, the story of Christ, the Christmas trees and the Christmas carols?
What is the inner reason for many Jewish people – even those who are otherwise quite open-minded and spiritually inclined – to be almost militantly against Jesus Christ? A similar reaction also exists in some Christians who strongly rebel against their early upbringing. What is the reason for this?
The early Christians faithfully followed these words, seeking to convey the Gospel of salvation through Christ to the entire world, even at the risk of their lives. Much of the Christian church, to this day, takes these words very seriously as defining its mission.
The norm in spiritual circles is to not preach to others, but to respect each individual’s beliefs. Was the early church’s task different from ours today?
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