The Case for Christ
One Man's Journey to Solve the Biggest Mystery of All TimeDVD - 2017
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I'm afraid there's a long line of skeptics in front of you with that hypothesis. Including only a billion Muslims the world over who also don't believe that Jesus died on the cross because the Koran says so.
-With all due respect to Islam, the Koran was written six centuries after Christ.
Do you really want to know the truth? When is enough evidence enough evidence?
I felt something that is maybe more real than anything I've ever felt in my life.
One of my heroes was C.S. Lewis, a man who began as a skeptic, much like yourself. At the end of his journey, you know what he said? He said, if Christianity is false, it's of zero importance. But if it's true, there's nothing more important in the entire universe.
All right, God. You win. (Only this single quote in IMDb as of now.)
“Before you go, may I ask you something?
It's about your father. I'm just curious what your relationship with him is like.
- Um... Complicated.
Let me guess. Distant, cold, doesn't give much affirmation or express love?
- Guilty on all charges.
Why? I imagine, as a skeptic, you're familiar with history's great names in atheism. Hume, Nietzsche, Sartre, Freud.
-Of course, yes. Some of my greatest heroes. Did you know that all of them had a father who either died when they were young, abandoned them, was physically or emotionally abusive? In the world of therapy, it's called a father wound.
-No, I... I was not aware of that. But with all due respect, Dr. Waters, I did not have a loving father, but that doesn't mean that I have a problem with those who do. What I have a problem with is some made-up loving father. If God was real... I could accept that He loves me. I just don't believe He is.
I get that you want this to be true. But what if it's not? Wouldn't you want to know that before you've dedicated your entire life to it?
-Of course. But what if it is? What if it is true? Wouldn't you want to know that? There's a verse that says... faith is the evidence of things we can't actually see. You believe what you can see and touch and feel, and I feel this. I can see it. I-I know it.
There is no "what if" with God.
Churches aren't perfect. Pastors aren't perfect. I know I'm not. But that's not God. That's people. God wants to be your Father. To love you until you know His promise of Heaven. Because this is the simple truth of our faith. God made us. We messed things up. Christ paid for our mess, and all we have to do is receive Him. It really is as simple as that.”
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