10 Common misconceptions about Christianity/Christians: Misconception #2: Christianity is all about religious rituals

In last week’s blog my colleague, Aaron, emphasised that Christianity is very different from all other religions of the world and showed why every person should seriously consider who Jesus Christ is. This week let’s talk about another common misconception about Christianity: that it is all about religious rituals.

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10 Common misconceptions about Christianity and Christians: #1 Christianity is just another religion

People often think that Christianity is “just another religion”. Have you ever heard someone say that Jesus is just another religious figure? Why does this even matter? Well, this misconception deeply affects the way you experience life, both now and for eternity.

Here are three reasons why Christianity is so different from all other religions and why every person should seriously consider who Jesus Christ really is.

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Why should a person consider Christianity? — To live a purpose driven life

Why am I here?

It’s one of the most foundational questions of life, and one of the most intuitive. Something niggles at the back of our consciousness, an awareness that we have a purpose in life, even if we have not found it yet. Many great fiction books tap into this awareness with stories of young people who discover they were born with a great destiny to fulfil. Why do such stories grab the attention of so many readers? Because we understand that things in this world have a reason for being here.

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Why should a person consider Christianity?—We are all broken and only God can bring wholeness!

“How can I help this person in my life really consider Christianity?” You may have asked this question.

I remember asking those very words as I spoke to the woman next to me on a flight to Perth. She had expressed a desire to talk about God, but no matter how I approached the conversation she kept just shutting me down and cutting me off. At first it seemed like she didn’t really want to talk. But every time I went back to my in-flight entertainment, she would interrupt it and start our conversation back up.

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