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Why didn't God have someone paint an accurate portrait of Jesus?
Billy Graham writes, "The important thing is not what Jesus looked like, but who He was and what He did for us."
Why do people say that all you have to do is believe in Jesus and you'll be saved?
Billy Graham writes, "The word 'believe' in the Bible really means 'to trust'—and that is what we all need to do with Christ."
Why did Jesus have to die?
Billy Graham writes, "He did not deserve to die but by taking upon Himself our sin and our guilt, He willingly suffered the judgment we deserve."
Why did Jesus have to die such a violent death?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible says He went to the cross ... to become the final and complete sacrifice for our sins. He willingly took the punishment and death we deserve."
Why didn't Jesus make any attempt to avoid being killed?
Billy Graham writes, "Jesus willingly went to the cross for one reason: because it was God's plan for Him to die as a sacrifice for the sins of the world."
I have a hard time believing that Jesus rose from the dead.
Billy Graham writes, "The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is the most important event in all history—and yes, incredible as it may seem, it really did happen."
When did Jesus realize He was the Son of God, or did He always feel that way?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible doesn't tell us much about Jesus' boyhood—but even the one glimpse we have of him as a boy tells us that He was already aware of His unique status as God's Son ..."
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Is Jesus Christ going to return again to this earth some day?
It is very clearly set forth in the Scriptures that Jesus Christ will bodily and visibly return to this earth.
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Is Jesus God?
Yes, Jesus claimed to be God. Why should anyone believe it? ... The Bible gives various reasons, including miracles and fulfilled prophecy ...
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If Jesus is God, why does the Bible talk about Him praying to God?
The answer to this, as well as to all references to Jesus as tired, hungry, weeping, lacking knowledge, etc., is that Jesus was a true man, as well as God.
If there is intelligent life on other planets, does God care about those creatures as much as He does us?
Billy Graham writes, "It's interesting to speculate about life on other planets. But God is concerned about our lives right now."
What do you think Jesus must have been like when He was a boy?
Billy Graham writes, "Like any other boy, He had to grow and become strong, both physically and mentally."
What does Jesus' suffering on the cross have to do with our salvation? Lots of people have suffered just as much.
Billy Graham writes, "Jesus' physical suffering was only a sign of a much deeper kind of suffering He was enduring: the suffering of His spirit."
I can't believe Jesus was the only Son of God. Why do Christians say He was, and what difference does it make anyway?
Billy Graham writes, "The main reason is because this is the consistent testimony of the Bible. Jesus Himself declared that He was both fully man and fully God."
Was Jesus married?
Billy Graham writes, "Nowhere in the Bible (or in any other Christian writing after Jesus' ministry) is there any hint at all that Jesus was married."
I respect Jesus as a profound teacher and a great person, but I can't accept the Bible's myths about things like the miracles He supposedly did.
Billy Graham writes, "I urge you to see Jesus as He really is: the divine Son of God, sent from heaven to save us from our sins."
If Jesus came to earth now instead of 2,000 years ago, do you think people would treat Him any differently?
Billy Graham writes, "One thing has not changed over the centuries, and that is the human heart. Down inside, we are all born apart from God, and we grow up selfish."
I don't agree with those who say we are just as responsible for Jesus' death as the people who lived in the first century.
Billy Graham writes, "Perhaps you and I didn't stand with the crowd that fateful day and demand that Pilate execute Him. But in a far deeper way you and I were just as responsible for His death."
If Jesus was God (as you Christians believe), how could He die? Does this mean that God died?
Billy Graham writes, "One reason is because of Jesus' own statements about Himself, such as His assertion that 'I and the Father are one' (John 10:30)."
My uncle said Jesus was just in a coma and didn't really rise from the dead. Could he be right?
Billy Graham writes, "No, he isn't right—not at all. ... Jesus' resurrection is one of the most carefully documented events in history—and this is the foundation of our hope."