You disagree that Jesus died on the cross and rose from the dead so you can have forgivness for your sins.
The statement covers a lot. Let’s break it down.
Maybe, you don’t believe that Jesus is a real person. If so, “The Jesus of History: Man or Myth” is the starting point of your continued journey, exploring the person of Jesus.
Perhaps, you accept that Jesus is a historical figure but doubt that He died and rose again. If so, the next leg of your journey starts with “A Closer Look at the Resurrection of Jesus“.
Or, you disagree about sin. What is sin anyway? You may be saying, “I am not a sinner even though I am not morally perfect.” Take this route on your journey to examine what’s so evil about sin: “Sin That Has Destroyed Humanity“.
Forgiveness? You may be thinking that you don’t need it. Or you may be feeling that what you have done is beyond forgiveness. “Certainly, God will not forgive me for what I have done.” What does God say about forgiveness? Take this journey on “Forgiveness“.
Jesus Is God’s Way to Heaven
Jesus said about Himself: “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” (John 14:6)
If we agree that Jesus was a real person in history, we are faced with the astonishing claim of Jesus that He is the only way to God (heaven).
His death on the cross was for the forgiveness of our sins (offenses against God our Father and Creator) and His resurrection made it possible for us to be spiritually born again as a new creation in Christ.
Intellectually acknowledging and mentally agreeing that Jesus is God’s way to heaven is not enough. Answer the NEXT question and find out what’s required.