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Worldview. . . . . . 


Science is King?
The big bang theory explains the origin of the universe, the theory of evolution explains the origin of life.
Neither theory is perfect, but sufficient. So much overwhelming proof seems to exist; dinosaurs, fossils, carbon-dating etc... 
There is no other alternative.
Is there.....?
Church is like a museum - a place to learn about morals and how to be nice... Pleasant but silly views about the universe around us. Nothing to be considered seriously. but also:
I don't want to believe in God. Because I have to answer to him if he exists. I'd much rather believe in science and not have that responsibility. Since everything is an accident, nothing really matters, I am accountable to no one, I can do what I like. 
But what if....
Life has a purpose. 
The world is God's creation, fearfully and wonderfully made.
Science doesn't conflict with the bible, it supports it! 
what if . . . "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." - Genesis 1:1


If God does exist, then surely He would have made contact with us at some time? 
2000 years ago, Jesus said that he was God revealed as man . . . .

What he said and what he didn't say . . .

Jesus did not say:
"I'm just another guy, nothing special. All right, so I'm a good guy. That's because I see the world's problems and my conscience calls me to do good things. In later times, you will have Bob Geldof and Ghandhi, but for now, you've got me!"

Jesus did say:
'I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me'. (John 14:6) - as God's one and only ambassador to mankind, I alone hold the 'key' to His gift of salvation. 

Jesus was killed for calling himself God

not for doing miracles or helping the poor, but because he claimed to be the Messiah, the anointed one - God. (Matt 26:64) 

in fact, anyone claiming to be God must be one of three things. Either . . . . . . . .
LIAR or..
A fruitcake - stark staring raving mad.
On the same planet as the man down at the funny farm who thinks he's Napoleon. But weigh up the quality of his teaching and life, the sheer richness of all he said and did, the insight of his arguments. You work it out, was he really insane?
A clever con-man, a charlatan who pursued a blatant, ambitious deception. Can it really be that the greatest moral teacher in history was nothing more than a swindler - a hypocrite who died for his lies, and so was also a fool? He is who he says he is. That is why he had such a unique impact on history. The astounding things he said and did were not down to him being more clever than anyone else who ever lived, or more ambitious, more skilful or talented. What set him apart was that he is God


If Jesus is who he says he is, then he can meet with you right where you are, right now. All you have to do is call on him honestly from your heart. 'And everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.' (Acts 2:21)

'. . . I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with him, and he with me.' (Rev 3:20)

If you have made a response to the Lord Jesus, then tell someone about it (Matt 10:32). You can tell us if you want - our e-mail contact is below.


Acknowledgements: Text compiled from published material by Drew Wagar, C.S.Lewis, and the book BEYOND BELIEF by Peter Meadows, Joseph Stenberg and Donna Vann. 

The Jeremiah Tree    e-mail:     May 2001