Why should I believe in a God I can't see?

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Why should I believe in a God I cannot see?
Is there more to life than this?
Why does God allow suffering?
Has Christianity caused wars?
What is the meaning of life?
Has Science disproved the Bible?
What is the world coming to?
What is the evidence that the Bible is special?

Unlikely accurate predictions

We can only predict the future based on what has happened in the past. Over 2,000 years ago the Bible predicted that the Jews would be generally unpopular and have a history unlike any other nation. These detailed predictions have all happened.

These predictions must have come from a power greater than ourselves.

Why bother about believing in a God we can't see?

The main reason why we should think about such a power is that, left to ourselves, we have no long term future.

It is an unfortunate fact that virtually everything in our world is deteriorating. Sooner or later that includes us as well. We all share the problem that we have no long term future.

As we cannot solve this problem, we need help. But we need help from somewhere we can trust. We also need to be sure that our helper has the ability and willingness to do something about our problem.

If we can find good evidence of a God who is willing and able to help, we should at least consider whether there could be a solution to our problem.

If you take the time to look you may find this problem solved by the God of the Bible.

The God of the Bible has a realistic rescue plan in place for planet earth.

It is relevant and makes sense in the 21st century.

This plan can include you as well as the planet.