Christians will tell you that there is only one way to have peace with God — a relationship with Jesus Christ. But for many people, the Christian worldview is not intellectually satisfying, as there are so many aspects of Christian doctrine that don't seem to make sense.
In this essay by British philosopher and author Steven Colborne, the arguments for and against Christianity are weighed up and scrutinised, with passages of Scripture cited and personal testimony expounded. At the heart of the essay is the free will problem, which for Colborne is the make-or-break issue when it comes to whether or not one should accept the Christian worldview.
This essay does not preach to readers, but instead the author looks respectfully and with an open mind at the reasons why millions of people find Christianity to be the inescapable solution to life's problems. He explains why the issue of whether or not to commit to Christianity has posed such a predicament in his own life, and after discussing all of the key issues leaves readers better equipped to make a decision about Christianity for themselves.