A person cannot become a Christian by family heritage, baptism or good works.
A person can become a Christian only by an act of faith – accepting Jesus Christ as Savior – and this requires a personal decision.
Just as biological life begins with a ‘birth,’ so does spiritual life. It’s explained in this section.
Questions answered in this section:
- What are the reasons for becoming a Christian? How does one become a Christian?
- What’s the purpose of baptism? How and when should it be done?
- Does a person lose his personality and freedom after becoming a Christian? Does accepting Jesus Christ as savior make a person more emotional?
- What’s speaking in tongues? Can a Christian lose his salvation?
- How can anyone know for sure whether or not he’s a real Christian? When a person sins, does he have to accept Christ all over again?
- Do we have a second chance to become a Christian after we die?