Friday, April 17, 2009
Why Die On A Cross When We Can Be Good Instead?
According to the Barna Group, 73% of adults believe that one can earn salvation through good behavior.
Almost half of all born-again Christians believe this as well.
I wish this were the case. I specifically challenge Christians with the following question (for non-christians, this question has too many assumptions).
If all it takes for someone to obtain salvation is to be good, then why would Jesus have bothered dying on a cross? Why wouldn't he have simply come to earth, preached/teached that everyone should be good and then ascended back into heaven?