During this season, believers often have the opportunity to share their faith. Family gatherings, parties, and other events open natural avenues for telling others why we celebrate Christmas and who Jesus really is. But when you find these opportunies, you'll also likely face something else: questions.
Thanks to the Internet, many people have probably read or heard false ideas about Jesus and His work on earth. They may even be quite skeptical. So, what can you do when you're faced with questions you don't have the answers to?
That's exactly why our sister site, Jesus.org, was built. Here's what the site's about:
Many people have questions about Jesus and on this site you will find biblical answers to the most common questions asked about the birth and life of Christ, his ministry and disciples, and of course the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
So, when someone hits you with a question about why Luke and Matthew's genealogies differ, you'll know exactly where to go. (If you're wondering, here's why.)
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