That's a good question. To be honest, Christians disagree about lots of aspects of their faith. What I offer here is not believed by every Christian, but it is believed today by many Christians across the world, and has been believed by Christians for many centuries. Of course, being old is no guarrantee that it is right - but then, neither is being modern.
There are many creeds and confessions of faith already in existence, but most of them have been drawn up by Christians and for Christians. What I offer below is designed to help people who are not already Christians the chance to explore what we believe and why.
You will observe there is a progression in the main points below. They do not follow on from each other in a logical sense, but an understanding of the earlier points is assumed and built upon in the later ones.
These next few links are not part of the Interactive Gospel itself, but you may want to come back to them if you have time - or maybe only look at the summaries if you are very short of time!
People usually have only a few basic questions about any new idea. The questions often go something like this:
To answer the first, I can offer my testimony, and point to the experience of countless Christians through the centuries. Yes, it does work.
For the second, I touch on some of the relevant issues in the 'Interactive Gospel' below. But, in brief, I have been investigating this for many years, and all the evidence points to this conclusion: the gospel message, as taught and lived by Jesus and the early Christians, is true and reliable.
For the third: it is almost unarguable that the gospel message, if true, is the most important truth anyone will ever hear.
As for the last, that is partly up to you. To follow Jesus, you must be prepared to change. But whatever your social group or culture, you should be able to find a Christian church which expresses authentic Christianity in your language and through your culture. You will find, if you look for it, a Christian fellowship or congregation (or whatever they call themselves) where you fit.
People raise many objections to the Christian faith. I have tried to build answers to most of the most common questions into the Interactive Gospel pages. However, some questions don't seem to entirely fit in those pages, so they are being addressed on this page.
You can follow the links below to explore the main points of the message.