Who are you listening to?
Buddha strove for years to obtain “enlightenment” (1). Christ said “I am the light” (2). Confucius said, “I am not one who was born in the possession of knowledge” (3). Christ said, “I am the truth” (4). Moses told his followers to kill those who followed other gods (5). Christ didn’t come to judge the world, but to save it (6). Mohammed said to kill disbelievers, that they must convert or die (7). Christ taught that our love and good works would be the things that turn people to God (8). Paul told his followers to expel immoral people from their midst (9). Christ hung out with them (10).
There are many who would ask you to listen to them when it comes to eternal matters. However, Christ is the only one who claimed that he existed before humanity even began (11) and that the Creator sent him into our world to bring us His words (12). If for no other reason, the audacity of Christ’s claims should cause all seekers of truth to consider what he says.
Life Not Religion
Because Buddhism, Sikhism, Islam, and others were each founded by one individual, it is assumed that Christianity falls in the same category. But Christ did not found Christianity. Christianity was founded by humans long after Christ left the planet. The human institution (Christianity/church) claims to represent the teachings of Christ – but it does not! Christianity essentially ignores the teachings of Christ and is built on the false teachings of men.
Christ did not come to found a new religion. He came to bring us the truth about God and to show us how to live according to that truth.
Listen to Him
God, our Creator and Father, said:
“This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.” (Mark 9:7)
This web site is dedicated to those who are investigating Christ’s teachings and to those who are desiring to practice what he taught. We have no teachings of our own to offer. We only want to point you to the one who said: “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” (4) and to expose the false teachings that have been presented as Christ’s teachings but are not.
(1) Life of Buddha; (2) John 8:12; (3) Confucius, The Confucian Analects; (4) John 14:6; (5) Num 25:5; (6) John 3:17; (7) Quran:8:39; (8) Matthew 5:16, John 13:35; (9) 1 Corinthians 5:11; (10) Matthew 9:11; (11) John 8:58; (12) John 12:49