What our world would be like without Christianity
Have you ever been attacked for your beliefs? Been told that Christianity does more harm than good? In this provocative book, Jeremiah Johnston equips you to answer doubters with an encouraging look at the positive influence of Christianity. In Unimaginable, you’ll discover the far-reaching ways that Christianity is good for the world—and has been since the first century AD—including its impact on the plight of women and children, democracy, education, legal systems, and social justice causes.
Is God Dying?
That’s what some people think and want. They say Christian beliefs and our way of life aren’t relevant anymore. But what critics and even many churchgoers don’t realize is the life-changing importance of Christianity.
Showing how the world without Christianity would be a dark place, Unimaginable guides you through the halls of history to see how Jesus’ teachings dramatically changed our world and continue to be the most powerful force for good today. This provocative and enlightening book is for anyone concerned about where our world is heading. Learn . . .
- How Christianity has stood against the evils of slavery (more than once), racism, eugenics, and injustices toward women and children
- Why democracy, freedom as a universal value, and modern education and legal systems owe much to Christianity
- How Christians throughout the ages have demonstrated the value of human life by sacrificially caring for the sick, handicapped, marginalized, and dying
- How people of faith are extending God’s kingdom through charities, social justice efforts, mental health initiatives, and other profound ways
Learn More About The Book:
- Part I – The World Before Christianity
- Part II – The World Without Christianity
- Part III – The World With Christianity
- You say atheism is “dangerous” and has the bloodiest track record of any philosophy in human history. Please explain.
- You say, “Without God, something always fills the void.” What do you mean by this?
- There are 7,487 promises from God in the Bible. In your opinion, what is the most important and why is it still relevant today?