Who doesn't want to know if the Bible is truly trustworthy given the apparent contradictions found there? Among other things, is Jesus Christ really the One He claimed to be, namely God in flesh and blood? Is there evidence for His resurrection from the dead? Is the idea of a loving and all-powerful God compatible with the existence of evil? Why is God not so obvious? This God, outside of the Bible, would we believe in Him? Evolution or creation, which better explains the origin of humanity? Are heaven and hell actually real places or are they mere metaphors or myths? What is the destiny of those who die without having been evangelized? And why evangelize, if the saved are already predetermined by God? Can we objectively believe in miracles, or are they just fables? Is there an absolute truth when everything seems relative? Is faith, as some believe, a therapeutic crutch, and nothing more? These questions can and must be addressed in an objective and intelligible manner. This is the objective pursued by this work.
Author: Lesly Jules