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My friend says the Bible was incomplete, so God sent a prophet from their religious group to finish His message to the world. Is this possible?
Billy Graham writes, "Although I don't doubt your friend's sincerity, as a Christian I cannot agree with this group's teaching. Let me explain why."
A group in our city claims to follow an ancient form of paganism and practice witchcraft. Do you think they're serious about this?
Billy Graham writes, "Only they can answer this, of course—but if they are like other groups I've heard about, they probably take their beliefs very seriously."
Can you be a Christian but believe in another religion at the same time?
Billy Graham writes, "No doubt your friend is sincere in his beliefsâ€”but I'm afraid he has misunderstood the unique nature of the Christian faith."
A good friend of mine has never wanted anything to do with religion or Jesus, and every time we talk about it he throws up all sorts of questions I can't answer. Is it hopeless to try to witness to someone like this? I wish I knew how to get through to him.
No, it isn't hopeless to share your faith with anyone, even someone who asks questions you can't answer.
If God is real, then why are there so many religions in the world? They can't all be right, can they?
You and I don't just have a mind and a body; we also have a soul or spirit -- and because of that, we yearn to know God.
I don't think it makes any difference what religion you follow, as long as you sincerely believe in some spiritual power higher than yourself. In my opinion, all religions end up in the same place; they just take different paths to get there.
Let me ask you a question: Do you apply this idea or principle to any other part of life?
I don't have any use for organized religion. I think you preachers are just in it for the money, and maybe for the power you think it gives you over other people. You'll never convince me religion is real.
I wish you could meet even a few of the people I have met over the years who had sacrificed their own ambitions in order to serve others in the name of Christ -- often in very difficult or dangerous parts of the world.
My friend is a very dedicated member of his religious group, and he talks to me all the time about the way so-called Christians have twisted the Bible over the centuries and made it say things it doesn't really say. How can I know if he's telling the truth? I've never thought about God before.
Not every road leads to God, no matter how sincere someone may be who is traveling it.
A Conversation With Ravi Zacharias
The more he understands about other world religions, he said, "the more magnificent Christ appears."
Promised Peace in the Promised Land
Franklin Graham remembers Roy Gustafson.
Church for 'Unchurched' Kids
Young people are bombarded with activity. And unfortunately, the Church often responds to that noise by bombarding young people with its own message and activities. Good ministry emerges when churches create space for kids to reflect and think, to encounter God for themselves.
The State of World Evangelism
Jesus told His followers to make disciples of every nation. Nearly 2,000 years later, how is the Church doing?
The Gospel and World Religions
Learn helpful tips for clearly communicating the hope of Christ to people of different faiths.
Proclaiming Truth to a Nation
In every one of India's 28 states, Christians have been inviting friends to hear the Good New of Jesus Christ.
To Reach a Nation
BGEA is using the tools God provides to reach multitudes with the Gospel.