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Narrow? There is no other way!

By C. Sumner Wemp
“I am the way, the truth and the Life, no man cometh to the Father but by me” John 14:1-6

Christian leaders who appear on secular television talk shows are often asked whether they believe Jesus is the only way to heaven. If the answer is Yes, Jesus is the only way, the interviewer often paints the Christian as intolerant, arrogant, narrow-minded, out-dated, and fanatical.

But if the interviewer were talking to a physician who had made a medical breakthrough for a terrible disease, would he say, “Doctor, how intolerant to think this is the only cure for this disease?”

If he were talking to a mathematician about the multiplication table, would he say, “Professor, how can you be so arrogant as to believe that three times three always equals nine?”

By its very nature, truth is narrow, precise, and factual. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me” (John 14:6). In this day of pluralism and political correctness, it’s important to know that Christ is still the only one who can save from sin. Do you think God would have given His own Son had there been some other way?

Trust in Christ alone, and trust Him today.
C. Sumner Wemp…now in Heaven.

Photo: Narrow?  There is no other way!
By C. Sumner Wemp
"I am the way, the truth and the Life, no man cometh to the Father but by me" John 14:1-6

Christian leaders who appear on secular television talk shows are often asked whether they believe Jesus is the only way to heaven. If the answer is Yes, Jesus is the only way, the interviewer often paints the Christian as intolerant, arrogant, narrow-minded, out-dated, and fanatical.

But if the interviewer were talking to a physician who had made a medical breakthrough for a terrible disease, would he say, "Doctor, how intolerant to think this is the only cure for this disease?"

If he were talking to a mathematician about the multiplication table, would he say, "Professor, how can you be so arrogant as to believe that three times three always equals nine?"

By its very nature, truth is narrow, precise, and factual. Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me" (John 14:6). In this day of pluralism and political correctness, it's important to know that Christ is still the only one who can save from sin. Do you think God would have given His own Son had there been some other way?     

Trust in Christ alone, and trust Him today.  
C. Sumner Wemp...now in Heaven.

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