Jesus shows the way to heaven

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I would like to respond to Kathleen Parker’s May 11 column, “Mapquesting God.” First, God is who he says he is, not who we say he is, otherwise he isn’t God. Second, brainwave patterns during prayer prove those prayers are being answered, they show that prayers affect brainwave activity. Third, religions differ because they teach about a different god and how we can know him/her/it. Different religions are not calling on the same god. Fourth, plurality doesn’t establish faith. It is established by objective preserved truth that has stood the test of time. That truth is the Bible. Jesus Christ said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life, no one comes to the father but by me.” Earlier in John’s gospel, he made it clear that his father is the Jew’s god. Only faith in Jesus Christ offers mankind salvation from his sins and God’s just wrath. That Christian faith preaches Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who died on the cross for man’s sins and rose again from the dead that whosoever believes in him will not see God’s wrath but has everlasting life. That person’s sins are forgiven and that person is made brand new. Only those who turn from their sins putting their faith in Jesus Christ will go to heaven. Lauren Bria, Auburn