According to the Westminster Shorter Catechism (a method of teaching Christian doctrine) the chief end of man is “to glorify God and to enjoy him forever.”
Elsewhere this has been called “the grand obligation.” The reason that we exist is to know, appreciate, worship, serve and enjoy the God of...
We're translated some popular Christian tracts and blog posts into Russian:
эволюция. Вера или факт?
Война как источник добра
“Я не религиозный”- самая глупая фраза на свете
12 причин почему я не люблю православную церковь
Лучше ходить в дом плача, нежели ходить в дом пира
We've compiled a few resources to help you think about Christianity.
Science Relies on Faith
Dawkins' Delusions of Competence
Religion, violence and Jesus
Does Evolution Imply Atheism?
Apologetics on the Web
3 Days that Shook the World is an Easter tract written to challenge non-Christians to think about Jesus' death. It asks the questions, 'Why is it called Good Friday?', 'Why did Jesus die?' and 'What does it mean for me?'.
Also features a really clear flowchart to help people think...
Throughout history people have struggled to find the purpose of life. They have turned to philosophies, religions, ideologies and utopian dreams. Some have tried drugs or mystical experiences. Others have invested in travel, education, relationships or money and material possessions.
However, in the midst of this maze of ideas, one...
Jesus had many close encounters with ordinary people, turning around their lives in totally unexpected ways. Close Encounters helps us discover for ourselves who Jesus is by looking at the stories of five people who met him.
This straightforward, four-session course will bring the teaching of Jesus to a broad...
Having been brought up as a Muslim, I understand how hard it might be to give up what you believed when converting to Christianity.
In my case the sacrifice has been so great that I felt compelled to share the Good News of the Bible with my people in Iran...
You may have heard a lot about the Holy Spirit... or very little. Christians and churches seem divided over this issue. Some are always talking about gifts of the Spirit, baptism of the Spirit, Spirit-filled people and so on. In other circles, the Spirit seems to be rarely mentioned.