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So What's the Difference?

Choosing Jesus

March 8, 2020 • Jim White

Although it boasts the largest number of adherents worldwide, the Christian faith is not the only option on the table. There's Hinduism that is arguably the world's oldest formal religion. There's Judaism, that connects with the Christian faith but because of Jesus remains distinct. There's Islam, a muscular alternative that emerged onto the scene five centuries after Jesus. And then there are the "divides" within Christianity itself, namely between Protestants and Catholics - not to mention the newer American religions that claim to take the Christian story a step further, such as Mormonism and Jehovah's Witnesses. So what's the difference? And do the differences matter? And, most importantly, how does Christianity compare? Is the Christian faith the one we should embrace? Join us for our can't-miss series, "So What's the Difference?"

Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses

March 1, 2020 • Jim White

Although it boasts the largest number of adherents worldwide, the Christian faith is not the only option on the table. There's Hinduism that is arguably the world's oldest formal religion. There's Judaism, that connects with the Christian faith but because of Jesus remains distinct. There's Islam, a muscular alternative that emerged onto the scene five centuries after Jesus. And then there are the "divides" within Christianity itself, namely between Protestants and Catholics - not to mention the newer American religions that claim to take the Christian story a step further, such as Mormonism and Jehovah's Witnesses. So what's the difference? And do the differences matter? And, most importantly, how does Christianity compare? Is the Christian faith the one we should embrace? Join us for our can't-miss series, "So What's the Difference?"

Protestant and Catholic

February 23, 2020 • Jim White

Although it boasts the largest number of adherents worldwide, the Christian faith is not the only option on the table. There's Hinduism that is arguably the world's oldest formal religion. There's Judaism, that connects with the Christian faith but because of Jesus remains distinct. There's Islam, a muscular alternative that emerged onto the scene five centuries after Jesus. And then there are the "divides" within Christianity itself, namely between Protestants and Catholics - not to mention the newer American religions that claim to take the Christian story a step further, such as Mormonism and Jehovah's Witnesses. So what's the difference? And do the differences matter? And, most importantly, how does Christianity compare? Is the Christian faith the one we should embrace? Join us for our can't-miss series, "So What's the Difference?"

Christianity and Islam

February 16, 2020 • Jim White

Although it boasts the largest number of adherents worldwide, the Christian faith is not the only option on the table. There's Hinduism that is arguably the world's oldest formal religion. There's Judaism, that connects with the Christian faith but because of Jesus remains distinct. There's Islam, a muscular alternative that emerged onto the scene five centuries after Jesus. And then there are the "divides" within Christianity itself, namely between Protestants and Catholics - not to mention the newer American religions that claim to take the Christian story a step further, such as Mormonism and Jehovah's Witnesses. So what's the difference? And do the differences matter? And, most importantly, how does Christianity compare? Is the Christian faith the one we should embrace? Join us for our can't-miss series, "So What's the Difference?"

Christianity and Judaism

February 9, 2020 • Jim White

Although it boasts the largest number of adherents worldwide, the Christian faith is not the only option on the table. There's Hinduism that is arguably the world's oldest formal religion. There's Judaism, that connects with the Christian faith but because of Jesus remains distinct. There's Islam, a muscular alternative that emerged onto the scene five centuries after Jesus. And then there are the "divides" within Christianity itself, namely between Protestants and Catholics - not to mention the newer American religions that claim to take the Christian story a step further, such as Mormonism and Jehovah's Witnesses. So what's the difference? And do the differences matter? And, most importantly, how does Christianity compare? Is the Christian faith the one we should embrace? Join us for our can't-miss series, "So What's the Difference?"

Christianity and Eastern Religions

February 2, 2020 • Jim White

Although it boasts the largest number of adherents worldwide, the Christian faith is not the only option on the table. There's Hinduism that is arguably the world's oldest formal religion. There's Judaism, that connects with the Christian faith but because of Jesus remains distinct. There's Islam, a muscular alternative that emerged onto the scene five centuries after Jesus. And then there are the "divides" within Christianity itself, namely between Protestants and Catholics - not to mention the newer American religions that claim to take the Christian story a step further, such as Mormonism and Jehovah's Witnesses. So what's the difference? And do the differences matter? And, most importantly, how does Christianity compare? Is the Christian faith the one we should embrace? Join us for our can't-miss series, "So What's the Difference?"