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“Not All Roads Lead To Heaven”

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1 “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:30 pm


Christianity’s Most Offensive Belief

Today as we begin our new series “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” from First Baptist Church Dallas. Together with Dr Robert Jeffress we will examine why Christians are in danger of surrendering the most important doctrine of our faith. Matthew 7:13-14

Just click on this link to watch this amazing sermon.....

2 Re: “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:27 am


Sharing An Exclusive Jesus In An Inclusive World

Christians have a variety of different opinions on issues ranging from cremation to gay marriage. But today we are going to examine the bedrock foundation upon which the entire Christian faith rests. John 14:1-6

3 Re: “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:27 am



The Old Way Was One Way - 1050 Teaching

The truth that there is only one acceptable way to approach holy God is nothing new. The exclusivity of God is seen throughout the Old Testament, as we will discover today. Isaiah 6:1-5

4 Re: “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Wed Nov 11, 2015 7:12 pm


The Intolerant Christ - 1050 Teaching

When it comes to the central issue of salvation, we must allow our beliefs to be shaped by what the founder of our faith, Jesus Christ, actually said, not by what we wish He had said. Today we are going to examine what Jesus taught about four topics that lead to the unmistakable conclusion that Jesus believed that only those who exercised faith in Him would be in heaven. John 14:6

Follow this link for the sermon which is around 45mins....

5 Re: “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Wed Nov 25, 2015 4:49 pm


The World’s Most Famous Jew Who Found Jesus -1050 Teaching

Is it anti-Semitic to say that Jewish people must trust in Christ in order to go to heaven? Before you give the politically correct answer to that question, consider the words and example of the most prominent Jew in the Bible outside of Jesus Himself. Romans 1:16-17

6 Re: “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Thu Dec 10, 2015 2:04 pm


What About Those Who Have Never Heard About Jesus?

Today and next week we will answer the most common objection to belief in the exclusivity of Christ for salvation. There are four universal truths we must keep in mind when answering the question, “What about those who have never heard about Jesus?”

7 Re: “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Wed Dec 16, 2015 6:23 am


What About Those Who Have Never Head About Jesus? (Part 2)

Last time we began to answer the single greatest objection to the belief that faith in Jesus Christ is the only road that leads to heaven: “What about those who never hear about Jesus.” It seems grossly unfair that people would be condemned to Hell for never trusting in a Jesus they have never heard about. Romans 3:9-10; 23[/font]

8 Re: “Not All Roads Lead To Heaven” on Tue Jan 12, 2016 11:41 am


Are Children Who Die In Heaven?

Throughout this series we have seen that only those who exercise faith in Jesus Christ for salvation will be welcomed into Heaven. But what happens to infants, small children, or the mentally challenged who die? Does their inability to trust in Christ condemn them to an eternity in Hell?

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